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Accounting identifies the need for information to be communicated, there are several forms of accounting communication (e.g. annual report and accounts, management accounting, Payroll, taxation) each report serve a slightly different purpose. The communication need is about understanding who needs the accounting information, and what they need to know!
UK and international companies are required to comply with a wide range of Accounting Standards which define the way in which business transactions are disclosed and reported. These are applied by businesses through their Accounting Policies to comply with taxation laws.
Tell us what’s happening in your business on a monthly, fortnightly or weekly basis. Select a package tailored to you and your business needs, bookkeeping packages, total credit control or alternatively as a one off at year end. Send us your documents either electronically, by post or we will collect them from you.
On receipt of your documents we’ll process the information and send the originals back on completion.
Your information remains confidential at all times, and will only be accessible by our accounting team.
Our approach to accountancy is specifically designed and tailored to meet your individual needs. With our fixed rates you are always aware of all your cost before work commence, so there is no hidden surprises when you receive your bill.
With our approach to accounting you will find your business financials running not only smoother but more efficient. Our services are designed to give you a simple financial director’s report for your business, including useful at-a-glance information like estimated tax bills, year-to-date turnover, and profit and loss, as well as a business net worth figure and tax advice.
And don’t worry if you have any questions, need extra advice or help, with our CC Club all your accounting needs will be covered.
Management accounts are invaluable in helping you to make timely and meaningful management decisions about your business.
Management accounts will vary dependant on the type of business you are operating and the type of management accounts that will suite your needs. The most common management accounts used are:
The sales process - including pricing, distribution and debtors
The purchasing process - including stock records and creditors
A fixed asset register - details of all fixed assets, including identification numbers, cost and date of purchase, etc
P11D processing for taxable benefits
Processing employees joining and leaving forms (P45 and P46)
SSP, SMP, SPP, Student Loans and Attachment of earnings
Year End P35 and P14/60 work
Self Employed (Sole traders, LTD, Directors and Partnerships)
Income from land and property
Capital Gains Tax
Sales Ledger Management
Purchase Ledger Management
Nominal Ledger/ Cash Book Management
Monthly Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet Statements
Breakeven Sales analysis
Year Ended Accounts (excluding limited companies)
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Definition Of Accounting
Debtors & Creditors