Backlogs, out-of-date records, unreconciled accounts… these are all bad news.

Not only don’t they sit well in business, they may eventually lead to opportunity or profit loss in the long run.

How about we help you turn things around by providing you with a Virtual Assistant with years of experience and background in helping people like you with your accounting needs?

Virtual Assistants can do a wide array of tasks for you and one of them is bookkeeping. From payroll processing to tax filing, bank reconciliations, year-end reports.. our Virtual Bookkeepers are skilled to do these and more for you.

Here in OutsourcingMe, we understand that most admin tasks are big burdens and we are here to help you get rid of that so you can buy yourself the luxury that is time. And yes, as the cheesy line goes, “Time is Money”, we believe that time is a valuable resource and it’s best to accomplish more as quickly and accurately as possible.


  1. Data Entry
  2. Bank Reconciliation
  3. Monthly Reports
  4. Process payments
  5. Monitoring cash flow
  1. Accounts Receivable
  2. Accounts Payable
  3. Payroll
  1. Tax Filing using accounting software
  2. Business Strategy – Setting up of accounting software
  3. End of Year Reporting
  4. Liaison with the accountant
  5. Business Process – Assist in financial management and analysis
  6. Any additional tasks required by the management


Virtual bookkeepers provide bookkeeping services remotely by using cloud-based tools and software.

  1. Cost efficiency
  2. Time efficiency
  3. Increase accuracy
  4. Easy access to accurate and up to date information
  5. Flexible availability
  6. Allows you to focus more on the core aspect of your business

Cloud-based refers to application, services or resources made available to users on demand via the internet from a virtual server

  • Accounting Software ( Xero, QBO, MYOB, SAP)
  • Spreadsheets (Google sheet, MS Excel)
  • Storage (Dropbox, Google Drive)

Accountants and Bookkeepers have different roles and responsibilities. 

An Accountant’s main focus is the preparation and lodgement of statutory returns, advising on legal entity structures and giving general business and financial advice.

A Bookkeeper on the other hand focuses on the organisation, recording and reporting of financial transactions of the business.

  1. Keep track of the daily transactions of the business and ensuring financial transactions are correctly posted
  2. Accounts reconciliation
  3. Managing the accounts receivable ledger and accounts payable ledger
  4. Monitoring the business cash flow
  5. Prepare the books for the accountant and ensuring that the accounts are valid and up to date
  6. Preparing weekly, monthly or year-end reports
  7. Using online accounting system and helps you choose the right accounting software and set it up according to your company’s needs
  8. Handling sensitive and valuable information
  9. Preparing wages and claims for expenses
  10. Preparing vat returns
  11. Arrange payments