Most dentists and their office managers do not have a background in accounting or finance, so they may find interpreting financial results overwhelming, according to the company.
"The way many people feel about going [to the dentist] is how many dentists feel about bookkeeping and accounting -- they would much rather focus on treating patients than bean counting," stated Mark Kilduff, president of Remote Quality Bookkeeping, in a release. "Having worked with several dental practices over the years, we understand the special bookkeeping needs dentists and their staffs have."
Among the services the company offers are accounts receivable, collections, accounts payable, full service payroll, and tax preparation. Clients can outsource a few bookkeeping tasks or the whole accounting and bookkeeping department. Remote Quality's team approach ensures that the books are accurate and up-to-date for a monthly fee, and data are hosted on secure servers that can be accessed from anywhere at any time, according to the company.
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