Why Use a Book Keeper?

There are many benefits to using a book keeper for the paperwork, payroll, CIS submissions, VAT and self assessment tax returns when you’re running a business.

Most of the benefits of using a book keeper involve saving your business time and money in the long run. Here are just a few of those reasons:

  • Accurate income and expenditure information at your fingertips – Can you achieve this with your current book keeping system?
  • Regular bank reconciliations so no nasty surprises with your bank balance.
  • The professional touch with regular Customer Statements being sent – a great boost for cash flow.
  • Remittance Advices attached with payments making it clear to your Suppliers which bills are being paid.
  • Peace of mind that VAT calculations, Tax Form Figures, Wages, Salary and other Payroll & CIS submissions are all taken care of. No more late nights trying to sort it all out.
  • Accurate ‘end of year’ figures ready soon after your year end for reporting to HMRC, Bank etc. How many times have you been well into next year’s trading without knowing what the reality of last year’s trading figures are?

Black Country Accounts can help take away the stress and worry of your book keeping, and give you peace of mind that everything is being taken care of.

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