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Bookkeeping is all about record keeping and how accounting ledgers are maintained i.e. Cash Book, purchase day book, sales day book and General Ledger for other expenses.
We offer the book keeping services to our clients to make sure that the hassle of analysing the invoices and keeping financial records up to date. Some of the examples of the bookkeeping are;
The two common types of bookkeeping methods are single entry book keeping and double entry book keeping. Single entry means that income and expenditure is recorded in an income and expense journal. Double entry means that posting the invoices twice i.e. using the debits and credits.
Businesses and corporations are required by law to maintain their tax records. Any non-compliance with this legislation would trigger penalties from HMRC.
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04 Jun 2019
A report by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) calls on the government to prioritise action to 'address long-standing concerns about the experience of smaller businesses'.