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All businesses are required to accurately maintain their records in accordance with the accounting and tax law.
Additionally, good records are a necessity for any business to ensure that they provide a reliable and accurate source of information for their owners to make timely and correct business decisions.
We can assist you in this area by doing your book-keeping work on a monthly or quarterly basis. We will guide you with the information we will require to carry out our work. Combined with this, if required, we can complete your monthly or quarterly VAT Returns for submission to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). Once you have approved the VAT Returns, we can then submit the Return to HMRC on your behalf.
HMRC are increasingly targeting businesses where they perceive that there is a risk of bad record-keeping which then leads to a risk of tax loss. In these tough economic times, when you are concentrating on running your business, it is very easy to take your eye off the ball. This can lead to inadequate records being maintained. It can also prove to be very expensive for the business as it could lead to HMRC enquiries into your business’ affairs which can be very intrusive, time consuming and stressful. We can advise you In respect of your record-keeping and assist you with your book-keeping work so that you can ensure that your business is able to demonstrate that it maintains good, solid & robust records.
We can carry out book-keeping services either at our offices or if you so prefer, we can visit you regularly to update your records at your own premises. We use the latest and best accounting software available to ensure that our client records are maintained efficiently and cost-effectively.
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