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Join us today to meet Taylor, a bookkeeper at KPMG Spark. At KPMG Spark, our automated bookkeeping software is backed up by a team of real bookkeepers. They work behind the scenes handling all your day-to-day bookkeeping tasks. Clients can contact them with any questions they may have. Today we are getting to know Taylor, one of our bookkeepers at KPMG Spark.
Q: Could you tell us a little about yourself?
A: My wife and I have 2 boys and a toy poodle that only tolerates me if my wife isn’t around. I enjoy spending time with my family and anything in the mountains that gets away from the hustle and bustle of the world.
Q: Why do you like working for KPMG Spark?
A: I really enjoy working for KPMG Spark because I get to connect with businesses all over the country and help find unique solutions to help them try and accomplish their goals and dreams. I also love that I have a great team to work with that can come together and build each other so that we can provide the best service possible.
Q: What is a common question you get asked by clients, and how do you answer it?
A: A common question I get from clients is, “How important is bookkeeping to a business, isn’t it really just for taxes?” While bookkeeping for tax work is important, day-to-day bookkeeping helps to give a clear and accurate picture of where the business stands at any point to help guide those big decisions.
Q: Is there one piece of bookkeeping advice you would give to everyone?
A: One piece of bookkeeping advice I would give to everyone is to not fall behind. It takes much less time and effort to do it a little at a time when the information is current and fresh, and then also helps give a current understanding of the business. This is much better than spending time to try and remember what happened months/years ago and have it be helpful to your business now. And, KPMG Spark can help make it easy to stay current on your books.
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