When does a company get to a size that is needs a full-time Accountant, a Financial Controller or a Finance Director? A small company can often survive with an untrained bookkeeper, backed up by external accountants or auditors coming in once a year to prepare the accounts for submission to HMRC. So what happens for the rest of the year? My business aims to fill the void left by the lack of professional advice and assistance available to your company during the year.
So what does that actually mean? Here are some ideas:
- Basic bookkeeping work, with the added perspective of an ex-Finance Director
- Preparation of regular management accounts
- Year end schedules or annual accounts
- Financial hand-holding for new businesses
- Organising an annual stock take or setting up a Perpetual Inventory system
- Preparing a Business Plan
- Running a confidential payroll
- Organising a re-financing of the company
- Setting up and maintaining an Asset Register
- Statutory returns such as VAT, PAYE, P11d, Intrastat
Whether you need a “sleeves rolled-up” accountant or a part-time Finance Director, contact me with your requirements.