What is a bookkeeper?

Definition of Bookkeeper

A bookkeeper is usually employed by a small to mid-size company to record its business transactions such as sales, purchases, payroll, collection of accounts receivable, payment of bills, etc.

Example of Bookkeepers

Today's bookkeepers are likely to process a business's transactions by using accounting software such as QuickBooks.

Generally, a bookkeeper will not have a four-year or five-year accounting degree, but will be efficient, accurate, and able to adapt to the changing technology.

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