Hire Bookkeepers in the Philippines & Save Thousands of Dollars in Salary Costs!

Choose from part-time and full-time bookkeepers.

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If you’re an accountancy or bookkeeping firm that wants to increase its profits and grow by leveraging the benefits of building an offshore team, then hiring bookkeepers in the Philippines will be a game-changer for you.

If, however, you’re a business owner, and you’d like to save bookkeeping costs, and you don’t want to do the books yourself. Hiring a bookkeeper virtual assistant or a full-time bookkeeper in the Philippines will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars in costs.

Bookkeeping is critical for ensuring that your financial records are correct. Despite this, many companies continue to fail to adopt this essential practice. Apart from the fact that you are obligated by law to keep proper books and records, doing so now will save you time and aggravation in the future. 

Your Filipino bookkeeper can organize your finances and provide reports detailing how you're doing each month, where your money is going, and how your efforts are paying off (or might need to improve). 

Simply put, your bookkeeper can give you the complete picture of your business numbers.

Here are the basic requirements you should look for when you hire a remote bookkeeper:

  • Fundamentals of accounting
  • Professionalism and organizational skills
  • A bachelor's degree or equivalent experience is required
  • XERO, Quickbooks, Zoho, Fresh Books, Sage, or other accounting software knowledge
  • Competence in data entry
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel or Google Spreadsheets 
  • Capacity to generate error-free work

Depending on the bookkeeper's skills and experience, you can hire a bookkeeper for between $3.00 and $12.00 per hour. 

As a general rule, if you pay between $3.00 and $5.00, you can expect somebody of less experience, perhaps somebody you can train up. 

If, however, your salary budget is $5.00 to $10.00 or more, you can easily expect to hire skilled and experienced remote bookkeepers.

In fact, at a rate closer to $10.00 per hour, you can already hire an accountant in the Philippines who has likely passed the Philippine accountancy board exam, as is a licensed local practitioner. 

To get started, create a free account. After registration, you can immediately post a job.

Look for bookkeeping or accounting professionals that are a good fit for your business. You may quickly filter down many remote workers using our keyword-based search engine.

Then sit back and wait for candidates to notice your advertisements. Then you may begin filtering the applications and inviting the best candidates for your interview and screening process. 

Remember, though, if you require somebody with specific accountancy or bookkeeping software knowledge such as QuickBooks, you might be best to hire a QuickBooks bookkeeper


Do you want us to help you professionally build your team in the Philippines?


Do you want us to help you professionally build your team in the Philippines?