Our clients include sole traders, individual companies, charities, business partnerships and limited companies in various sectors.
Every business by law must "keep the books" Hence the term bookkeeping. But what do you know about bookkeepers?
Good bookkeeping is essential business maintenance. In short, a bookkeeper keeps track of monies coming into and out of the business. By maintaining accurate financial records, bookkeepers help SMEs and micro businesses:
Traditionally, bookkeepers kept paper records of business transactions. Today, a bookkeeper’s tasks are diverse and highly sophisticated – requiring skilled knowledge.
What Is on our to do list?
As well as keeping a financial ‘audit trail’ to balance your accounts, our role is extensive.
Here’s just a snapshot of different tasks we can undertake for you
On top of this, we use data to prepare financial statements – Liase with your accountant at year end ensuring annual returns are smoothly administered.
And because we are qualified bookkeepers we are experts at accounting ledger systems, they help business owners stay in complete control of their finances.
Bookkeeper and accountant... What’s the difference?
In essence, bookkeepers are technical wizards! They set up and oversee day-to-day record keeping in a client’s business - then monitor the accounts ensuring they are up-to-date.
By comparison, it’s the accountant’s job to interpret bookkeeping data to assess whether a business is running efficiently. Without well-kept books to refer to, an accountant can’t give invaluable tax and financial advice to business owners.
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