Your business will need accounts preparing to assist in calculating any taxes payable and to help you understand and run your business effectively.  Accounts can originate from a jumble of invoices, bank statements, cheque stubs and paying-in books.

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Although successive legislation continues to relax the legal requirement for audit, many organisations, still, either, opt to have a statutory review, or voluntarily request an audit so that they can benefit from the financial assurances it provides. 

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Many businesses receive their annual accounts months after their year end. These accounts serve no purpose in the management of the business other than to comply with tax and statutory reporting duties.

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You may need the statutory audit services required under corporate, charities, pensions, solicitors and friendly society legislation. Or you may be an organisation which requires a non-statutory audit under their own constitution.

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Payroll is becoming more complex and time consuming to manage.  As it can be expensive to run in-house, many businesses are choosing to outsource this administrative burden.

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If you employ staff, whether it is one person or more you need to be aware of the new law, which states that you must automatically, enrol workers into a workplace pension scheme.

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By computerising your accounts using the appropriate Sage accounting software you will reap rewards from having immediate access to your information at your fingertips. 

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The precise level of bookkeeping support you require will depend upon your own specific requirements.

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