BOOK-KEEPING


Good financial records are the basis for good financial management.  If your accounting data is entered regularly, and accurately, it can be used to provide you with a range of information which will help you with business decision making.

There are other advantages to keeping your accounts up to date:

  • VAT Returns are always prepared on time
  • Year End accounts are less costly to produce
  • Your office (or home) is not a sea of loose pieces of paper and receipts!


We offer a bespoke service to each client.  Some examples of what can be provided are:

  • Attending your business premises at agreed intervals (weekly, fortnightly, monthly, quarterly) to enter data, undertake bank reconciliations, provide reports and financial information (management accounts), and file all relevant paperwork.   This can be done manually, using a spreadsheet on your computer, using accounting software of your choice on your computer, using a spreadsheet or accounting software on a laptop.
  • Collecting (or having sent) paperwork from you to our office at agreed intervals as above.  Entering data, undertaking bank reconciliations, providing reports and financial information and filing all relevant paperwork.  Either retaining paperwork at our office (for the current financial year only) or returning it to you each week/fortnight/month.
  • Preparing VAT Returns
  • Preparing your accounts to Trial Balance for submission to your accountant at year end

 

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