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Bookkeeping Services

Every business has a legal obligation to keep records of sales, expenses and purchases. 

If a business fails to keep adequate records then they can be fined up to £3,000 by HMRC along with an additional tax bill if the inadequate records resulted in an incorrect tax return being filed.

Why does a business need bookkeeping?

Aside from the obligations, keeping good records is an essential part of running a successful business.

When good records are kept the business, owner knows at any given time, how much is owed from customers, how much is owed to suppliers, how profitable the business is and how much cash is available. This means better decision making can be made and improvements in cash flow and profitability can be made if necessary.

Outsource Bookkeeping to an expert

Free up valuable time to spend in your business

Outsourcing your bookkeeping to professionals such as us at T&W Accounts not only removes one of the biggest headaches involved with managing a company’s financial affairs, but also offers a multitude of benefits.

Peace of mind

As a full accountancy practice, we have excellent accounting and bookkeeping technical expertise to ensure fast and accurate data entry, resulting in correct and complete accounts and tax returns.

Tax Planning

We always look out for potential efficiencies which may result in less tax being owed to HMRC. Spotting these as early as possible can result in additional cash which can be used to buy assets for your business.

Cost Savings

The cost you would pay to employee a full/part time bookkeeper would be significantly more on an annual basis than the cost of our bookkeeper services.

Supports other HMRC requirements

Seamless transition to other services such as VAT return, year-end accounts, and Monthly management accounts.

Here’s what we do exactly

Bookkeeping Managed via Cloud Software Xero

Maintenance of the Purchase Ledger (supplier invoices & payments)

Reconciliation to Supplier Statements

Weekly Payment Summaries for Suppliers

Maintenance of the Sales Ledger (customer invoices & payments)

Customer invoices created and sent out

Recording all Bank Transactions (eg Direct Debits, Standing Orders etc)

Recording all Cash Transactions

Reconciliation of Bank Account

Monthly reporting – Aged Debtors and Aged Creditors.

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