When you’ve got all the pressures of running a business on a day to day basis weighing heavy on your shoulders the last thing you want to be doing is updating all the bookkeeping records. It’s understandable that you would rather spend the evenings and weekends with your family and friends rather than pouring over the books. No wonder this necessary evil becomes one of the lowest priorities.
However keeping accurate records of your business is not only vital to the well being of your business but also a statutory obligation, an absolute requirement laid down in law by HMRC. A necessary evil.
HMRC are moving to Digital Record Keeping from 2019 with those with a turnover above the VAT threshold (£85,000) the first to be affected. But, from 2020 most other businesses and many landlords will be required to electronically deliver figures to HMRC on a quarterly basis. My bookkeeping service will of course ensure that there is a system to accurately record your business transactions and ensure that the necessary figures are submitted and if you wish to keep the records yourself I will help you choose the right software and guide you as to how to use it effectively.
Digital records also means that you have access to live data about your business which enables you to make effective decisions about your business. You can also give me instant and ongoing access to this data which means I can offer advice as well.
I can provide you with as much or as little help as you might require whether you are simply recording transactions, invoicing on a daily basis or just from time to time.
What I aim to do is remove the bookkeeping burden and the worry about the compliance with HMRC from your shoulders and let you get on with the important task of growing your business and making money.
My rates are honest, open and competitively priced on a monthly basis to assist with affordability and cashflow.