Bookkeeping Services in Florida

Complete Bookkeeping service that is fully customizable to fit your needs.

Swift and Simple Bookkeeping Services Created for Small Business Owners in Florida

Your Bookkeeping Professional

Fearless and transparent bookkeeping and accounting

Your books are the last thing you should worry about. You can count on SwiftBooks to always have everything ready and finished on time.

Experienced Bookkeepers

SwiftBooks hands you a team of bookkeepers which ensures checks and balances so you have accurate books and peace of mind.

Our Bookkeeping Services Include:

Free Consultations

No start-up cost, no annual contracts, no termination fees (cancel anytime)

Data entry

Complete and accurate transaction detail maintained individually on our accounting software.

Bank and credit card reconciliations

Reconcile transactions entered with the monthly bank and credit card statements for accuracy and completeness.

Review accounts and balances

Review transactions to ensure accuracy and proper classification.

Prepare to adjust journal entries

Prepare AJEs to adjust or reclassify transactions leaving a paper-trail showing our work and the client’s original work unmodified.

Count on Us, the Bookkeeping Experts Florida

Compliance is important

SwiftBooks includes your compliance requirements within our bookkeeping programs to give you a stress-free environment where you can excel, succeed, and pour love into your business.

Tax-season support

We’re not just bookkeepers, we’re also accountants. You never have to scramble during tax season again. Have your own CPA? We’ll work with them too.

More than Just Great Customer Service

You come first

You will always be our number one priority. Most of our clients are budding entrepreneurs. We consider our clients part of the SwiftBooks family.

Questions? Just ask

Whatever questions or concerns you have, big or small, we make sure to take care of you and be there whenever you need us.

Year-End Support

SwiftBooks works all year

At the end of the year, companies are faced with the burden of closing their books. But with SwiftBooks, our bookkeeping teams take care of all year-end requirements accurately and efficiently.

Frustration, a thing of the past

Most times, small businesses get mixed up due to technicalities involved. SwiftBooks understands that making changes to books need to be in compliance with your company’s bylaws and government regulations.

We're an In-House Bookkeeping Service in Florida

Quality can never be cheated. At SwiftBooks, we never outsource any part of our bookkeeping service. All of your records and sensitive information are handled securely and confidentially in-house. Now go save the world while we handle this for you.

Our Cash Vs. Accrual Bookkeeping Service

Cash-Based Accounting Service

Take advantage of SwiftBooks’s cash bookkeeping to manage your business accounts and receive accurate and detailed financial reports. Our team of experienced accountant will help you develop a solid cash flow plan that works in tandem with your business operations. Your cash book will be automatically updated with the details of your payments and sales placed into your system.

You will be provided with the following reports on a regular basis:

  • Budget Reporting
  • GST Reporting
  • Bank Reconciliation Report
  • Graphs of Business Cash Flow Performance
  • Monthly and Year to Date Cash Flow Report

Accrual Based Accounting Service

Accrual is an accounting method that recognizes revenues when they are earned, regardless of when payment is made.

Why Accrual? Expenses are matched with the related revenues and reported when expenses occur, but not when payment is made. The sole basis of accrual accounting is to highlight a statement that shows the financial health of the company during a specific period of time.

Unlike cash, accrual focuses on when income is earned and expenses are incurred. Consequently, all transactions are recorded regardless of when cash exchanges hands.

To determine if accrual is best suit for your business, think about:

  • Your business size
  • How complex your transactions and processes are
  • Whether you have the resources required to manage accrual accounting