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Bookkeeping Solutions For Your Business

Bookkeeping Solutions For Your Business

Our team will work on to redistribute your bookkeeping to us. All you have to do is to provide your physical records and information to us and we will analyze and process them in specific computarised manner as it is performed in the finance industries.

Management Accounting

Management Accounting

Management accounts are the most important and essential part of any business organization as it provides you with all valuable information to run the operation department of your business and planning a better future. All the information related to management accounts should to accurate, precise and completed in short span of time.

Payroll

Payroll

According to the law all employers have to pay taxes and contribute towards National Insurance for each employee working for him. While filing for Payroll one have to follow the legal procedure for the documentation and certain order needs to be maintained. You need not have to worry about the timely payments and documentation of it.

Company Secretary

Company Secretary

While filing for registration you have to give some basic information about your company such as who are the directors of your company and their details, your official address of your company, disclosure of your annual income and expenditure. According to the Statutory Obligations it is very important for a company to be transparent to their shareholders, stakeholders and public.

VAT

VAT

Value added tax is an indirect tax of implementing consumption tax in Europe, Japan and many other countries. It is the taxation process on the value addition added to the price of most goods and services and you have to charged it on sales price, which is paid by the user on the cost of the product except than any of the cost that have been already taxed in the process of production.

Company Formations

Company Formations

Your skills, experience and judgment will take the company closer to the success by each and every step taken by you.The articles of association should reflect all the rules and regulations of your company and eventually need to followed. The goodwill of your company should always be your first priority, so a decision taken by you should sound and result profitable to your company.

Corporate Accounting

Corporate Accounting

Corporate accounting is a subdivision of accounting that involves handling of company’ accounts. The corporate accountants are specialized in business accounting and have expert knowledge to align financial records with laws, regulations, and policies. It includes preparation of accounts and cash flow statements, analysis, and interpretation of business financial results, and looking for amalgamation, absorption, and consolidation events. It also involves overseeing the regional and divisional accounting groups in the company.

Tax Accounting

Tax Accounting

Tax accounting is a branch of accounting that involves tax payment and tax return preparation and dealings. It has scope in individual dealings, businesses and corporations, and government sectors. Individual level tax accounting involves income, donations, deductions, and gains and losses in investment.

Cash Accounting

Cash Accounting

Cash accounting ensures the cash accountability, documentation, security, and tractability to the cash handler. Proper cash accountability answers the questions including: Who has cash access? Why do they have cash access?

Internal Auditing

Internal Auditing

Internal auditing is objective, tangible assurance, and consultation activity aimed at adding value to and improving an organisation’s functions. It offers recommendations and insight after assessments and analysis of data and company processes. Internal audit is divided into compliance audits, financial audits, operational audits, and information technology audits.

External Auditing

External Auditing

External auditing refers to auditing of a company's financial records by an external and independent auditor who validates the company records. External auditors find misstatements in records due to error, fraud, or embezzlement, and report them to stakeholders.

AAT Remote Assessment

AAT Remote Assessment

Remote assessment involves examination over the internet without the need of physical assessment centres. Students can take examinations at home or any other secure place of their choice. They will be recorded for the whole session and recordings are reviewed to ensure transparency.

Government Accountancy

Government Accountancy

Government Accountancy involves keeping the records of all government financial transactions that inform its expenditures and incomes. Various public sectors utilise government accounting system. However, this accounting is a bit different from others. Unlike non-profit financial accounting, consumptions are not measured as facility assets in governmental accounting. Moreover, accounts in governmental accounting make no difference in current revenue expenses and capital expenses.

Public Accounting

Public Accounting

Public accounting involves a business that offers accounting services to other companies and firms. Public accountant offers accounting expertise, tax services, and auditing to their clients. It also includes giving outsourced services for the accounting functions such as doing auditing and financial statements for their clients.

Public accounting is different from private accounting as these individuals and firms are not solely employed by a single client and are not a direct part of any client’s firm or corporate company. Conversely, private companies and accountants work for a single business company or entity for which they are offering the accounting service.

Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting

Forensic accounting is a very interesting course in accountancy where accountants utilise their investigative skills in auditing and accounting to examine the company’s finances of a company or client. Forensic accounting is often used to identify discrepancies and frauds in the company and explain the case and crime nature of the financial fraud.

To become a forensic accountant, enroll in an accountancy course and take a specialised course in forensic accounting. Moreover, you can take bachelor’s degree and master’s degree, and seek forensic accountants job opportunities to earn a certificate in forensic accounting.

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