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Businesses are required by revenue and company law to maintain books and records in sufficient detail to be able to maintain and deliver correct and complete returns for each year.
Increasingly HMRC are reviewing books and records for deficiencies which then enable them to challenge returns submitted.
At Alexander Marshall we can assist with improving your books and records and thereby help avoid such penalties.
Our bookkeeping department takes the strain out of routine accounting, allowing you to concentrate on your business. By using our bookkeeping service, you can offload the hassle of managing your financial records. We can help with your bookkeeping requirements either at your offices or at our office. We can also assist with setting up your bookkeeping system and provide training and support for your staff.
When we provide the bookkeeping service at our own office we will use a computerised accounts system which will provide the basis for us to provide monthly / periodic reports and management accounts, if required, and annual accounts. If you are spending too much time writing up books, typing invoices and chasing debts we can help you take control by computerising your accounts system.
By using the knowledge gained from our own systems and those designed for clients, we are able to advise and help you to decide on the best accountancy package to suit your business. With the correct accounting software you will save hours of hard work leaving you more time to concentrate on the core activities of your business. We also provide training and support for this service.
06 Nov 2023
The Chancellor should cement the government's commitment to small businesses in his Autumn Statement, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
The UK's rate of inflation held steady in September while the nation's economy grew the month before, according to the latest figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).