Our team frequently provides bookkeeping updates tailored specifically for your pediatric practice. Do you have urgent queries that just can't be put on hold? We assure you a response within one business day or even less.
Our platform enables you to automate data entries from the majority of main providers, minimizing the chance of errors. We collaborate with service providers like Gusto, Stripe, Shopify, and Square to ensure your pediatric practice's financial records always reflect accuracy.
Wave farewell to stacks of paperwork and labor-intensive manual tracking—we automate inputs directly from your linked accounts. With Bench Accounting services tailored for Pediatricians, gain insights from one centralized dashboard. This allows you to effortlessly grasp the financial state of your practice and make strategic decisions that drive growth.
DR. BUKKY KOLAWOLE
A bookkeeper's role is incredibly valuable in managing finances effectively, especially for busy professionals like pediatricians. They handle all your financial transactions, record them accurately, and prepare financial reports. This helps ensure clarity and precision in your financial health. As a pediatrician, it would allow you to focus solely on your medical practice instead of worrying about financial administration. Moreover, a professional bookkeeper also ensures you're maximizing tax deductions, maintaining regulatory compliance, and providing you with up-to-date, actionable financial insights to drive better business decisions.
Pediatricians, like other medical practitioners, have unique bookkeeping needs due to the specific nature of their healthcare services. They can especially benefit from the following types of bookkeeping services:
- Medical Billing: A bookkeeper with experience in medical billing can help ensure that all patient services are correctly billed and paid for, which is crucial for the revenue cycle.
- Payroll services: Pediatricians often run busy clinics with numerous employees, and a bookkeeper can help manage payrolls, benefits, and tax deductions effectively.
- Accounts Receivable & Payable: Management of income from patients and expenses, such as medical supplies or office rent, is another crucial service that bookkeepers provide.
- Tax preparation: A bookkeeper who understands the specific tax obligations and potential deductions for pediatricians can be of great assistance in preparing and filing taxes.
- Financial reporting: Regular financial reports will allow pediatricians to understand their financial health, track changes, and make informed decisions for their practice.
In conclusion, a bookkeeper experienced in servicing healthcare industry can dramatically simplify the financial management for a pediatrician's practice, allowing them to focus more on patient care.
Yes, there are several tax deductions that pediatricians may be eligible to claim. These can range from deductions for medical supplies and equipment, continuing education expenses, to potential deductions for office rent or home office expenses. However, the specifics can vary greatly depending on the individual tax situation of each pediatrician.
A professional bookkeeper can be invaluable in helping to correctly manage and track these potential deductions. They are skilled in understanding complex tax laws and regulations, and can ensure that all deductions are accurately logged and claimed. Furthermore, a bookkeeper can help understand how to best structure business operations to maximize tax efficiencies, update on changes in tax laws, and even assist with tax filing.
At Bench Accounting, we offer specialized bookkeeping services for pediatricians who are looking to optimize their tax situation and ensure they're not leaving any potential deductions unclaimed. Our team of expert bookkeepers will work closely with you to understand your unique business operations and create a personalized bookkeeping strategy that best suits your needs.
Nope! All bookkeeping is completed in-house.
Your bookkeeper will be your main point of contact, but at times you might hear from another member of your team. This is usually when your bookkeeper goes on vacation, is sick, or otherwise unavailable.
We handle the bookkeeping for you but sometimes we’ll need your input, especially at year-end. On average, expect to spend 15 minutes each month answering questions for your bookkeeper, or uploading supporting docs.