Find a list of NDIS Bookkeeper . There are currently some Bookkeeper providers offering a range of services.
Many NDIS participants choose to employ a bookkeeper to help them coordinate their supports and manage their plans. There are a number of ways to obtain funding for bookkeeping services, which generally fall into the category of Plan Management.
The first option is self-management. In this case, you receive funding from the NDIS which you can use to purchase the supports of your choice (including bookkeeping). It does not matter if the provider you choose is registered with the NDIS, since you are paying them directly. This option appeals to participants who want greater control over their own plan.
The second option is called plan-management, which means you have a plan manager who receives funding from the NDIS and then uses that money to pay your providers. In order to get NDIS funding, your plan manager has to be registered with the NDIS. This functions much like self-management, except you have somebody paying your support providers on your behalf.
The third option is NDIA-managed funding, whereby the funds go straight from the NDIS to your providers, who must be registered with the NDIS.