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Every business, large or small, limited company, sole trader, LLP or partnership must produce annual accounts for the tax authorities.
It is very important you understand these accounts as they are an important management tool.
We can help you decide (if you fit the requirements) whether you should report your accounts on a cash basis or normal accrual basis and can advise on both the positive and negative points of each system to aid your decision making.
We will prepare your figures accurately and promptly each year and will take a proactive approach in helping you understand the figures in your accounts to make them more effective in decision making.
We have experienced staff in the use of most accounting packages including Sage and QuickBooks. We will provide expert guidance throughout the year to help you improve the quality of your records ensuring that the software is used to its full potential.
As we plan and book in work to be done by staff, we can produce both management and year end accounts quickly. A lot of our clients accounts can be done remotely with just a few important part of the records being required (which can be sent to us in PDF format), so there is no need to arrange for all your papers to be delivered to us. We can also visit your premises and complete the accounts, so there is no need for any records to leave your premises.
We tailor our service to the individual client’s requirements and we ensure that every client receives a comprehensive and quality service.
If you would like more information or would like to speak to us direct then call us on 01823 353598. Or if you would prefer, ask us a question online.
06 Nov 2023
The Chancellor should cement the government's commitment to small businesses in his Autumn Statement, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
The UK's rate of inflation held steady in September while the nation's economy grew the month before, according to the latest figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).