Bookkeeping and Accounts for Chelmsford Businesses

businesses in chelmsford bookkeeping Calling all Chelmsford businesses: Are you tired of doing the books yourself but find the local accountants in Chelmsford charge very high fees to do simple bookkeeping and accounts?

If you are looking for bookkeeping services in the Chelmsford area then we offer a personalised friendly service that can help your business. You will find our fees for bookkeeping services affordable and at a realistic level that compliments your own business.

Bookkeeping and Accounts in Chelmsford

Many accountants and bookkeepers in Chelmsford have large overheads and costs associated with being in the heart of the city. Their target clientele therefore are large companies which can afford the high fees. Nine Ashes Bookkeeping however is a family run business which operates from our own premises, allowing us to keep our fees down and provide a financially worthwhile service to small businesses. This, coupled with our years of experience (our team consists of a Chartered Accountant), means we really do offer a first class bookkeeping service to all businesses, regardless of their size.

In fact, we are proud to say we have taken over the bookkeeping services for a few local businesses in the Chelmsford area, helping them save a significant amount already.

If you’re interested in using our services, give Emily a call to arrange a free consultation to learn more about Nine Ashes Bookkeeping and the many different bookkeeping and accounting services we provide.

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