At what point did you invest in a bookkeeper/help with payroll?

We just raised a small, but not insignificant, amount of money and my cofounder and I can’t decide on some of these expenses.

Is it appropriate to want to save time on mundane things like this when revenues are still very low? Would appreciate insights as to when made sense for your startup to start paying for professional services like this.

For context, we pay good lawyers so we’re not cheating out on everything

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