Bookkeeping & Accounts

Bookkeeping services in EssexManaging the books can be time consuming and stressful – however it’s a job that has to be done. Additionally, if you are a limited company you have statutory requirements to prepare accounts that need to be filed with Companies House.

We can take this burden away from you, freeing up your time so you can focus on what you do best. We will do as little or as much as you require and can advise on what services your specific business requires.


Bookkeeping and Accounts Services Include:

  • Bookkeeping – maintaining your records for all of your finances on a regular basis. We’ll arrange a time every month to come to you to collect the paperwork, it’s that easy.
  • VAT – registration, maintaining good records, preparing and submitting VAT returns.
  • Management Accounts – quarterly preparation of detailed reports including profit and loss, balance sheet, a detailed report of what customers owe you, and a detailed report of what you owe your suppliers.
  • Year End Accounts – preparing year end accounts in accordance with accounting standards to agreed timescales and deadlines, giving you plenty of time to know how much tax you may have to pay, months in advance of when it is due.
  • Accounting SoftwareWe are a certified KashFlow partner and a Quickbooks Online Certified ProAdvisor but also have experience with other accounting software programs.


More Information

To find out more about how our bookkeeping and accounts services could benefit your business, please get in touch to arrange a free initial consultation.

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