Technology is constantly changing, and our members take pride in staying current with the latest ways to implement these technologies. When you hire someone from our network, who knows the most efficient ways to take care of your bookkeeping needs, you get real-time financial statements and a partner to help you interpret the numbers and make good business decisions.
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Disclaimer -Marin Bookkeepers Network
Marin Bookkeepers Network is not an employment agency. All members of the network, regardless of experience and/or expertise can respond to a job referral request.
We have not screened or pre-qualified applicants and no assurance is made as to their education, skills and expertise.
It is your responsibility to check a bookkeeper’s references and determine if the applicant is appropriate for the job.
Please refer to the Hints For Hiring Page for more information on screening an applicant.
Should you submit an application, please be sure to initial at the top of the Job Referral Request Form that you have read this disclaimer.
Before you interview any bookkeepers be sure that you have identified:
Ask for a resume in advance of the interview. Once you have chosen your candidates, ask for three references
It is a good idea to use an application form that reflects current employment law.
It is imperative to do a background check once you have decided on a candidate, as you are entrusting this person with your confidential financial information and giving them access to your cash accounts, credit cards, etc. Many payroll service companies provide background checks for a reasonable fee even if you aren’t a payroll client.
Here are some ideas for questions to ask a prospective bookkeeper.
How quickly can you respond to an urgent message from me?