Startup companies can be very busy. Businesses may not have time to keep their records up to date and separate their personal accounts and business accounts. At Carrington Blake Accountancy we help busy businesses with keeping their books up to date.
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Having a business plan is important for start-up companies as it allows them to set long and short term objectives with a clear strategy of how to achieve them.
A business plan is the first vital step to the success of a company. It outlines the operational and financial details of a business. In addition to this, it details the budgets and how certain objectives will be achieved. Every aspect of the plan should address possible questions that people reading the plan may ask.
Accountants do tax and compliance work – we all know that. But the best ones do so much more. They’re excellent trouble-shooters and strategic advisors for small to medium businesses. Accountants do more than you think. They can give you strategic advice and come up with clever ways to save money or boost revenue.
Bookkeeping refers mainly to the record-keeping aspects of financial accounting and involves preparing source documents for all transactions, operations, and other events of a business or property owner.
Whether you have one property in your portfolio or hundreds, you must keep accurate records of all in-comings and outgoings relating to your portfolio. These records are used to calculate how much tax you owe.
Charities hold other people’s money and therefore must ensure that their financial records comply with specific charity legislation while satisfying the needs of all stakeholders. Charity companies raise a lot of money. However, when trying to keep financial records up to date, things can go wrong.