Discover our full range of bookkeeping services and more.
We offer comprehensive bookkeeping for limited company clients.
Let us handle all of your payroll and workplace pension obligations.
Because accurate information leads to better business decisions.
Tradesmen to professionals to landlords, get in touch with us.
Experienced partnership bookkeeping services from our team.
Full CIS management whether you’re a contactor, sub-contractor, or both.
All the benefits of an in-house accounts department without the price tag.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) was the biggest change in the way tax has been reported and collected for a generation.
The main job of a bookkeeper is to make sure that a company’s financial transaction records are up to date and up-to-date. Previously, this used to be done on paper or on spreadsheet although, nowadays, this is done on platforms like Xero.
Whereas many bookkeepers work for a single employer, a freelance bookkeeper (sometimes called a self-employed bookkeeper) will often work for numerous clients on a part-time basis.
We are a team of freelance bookkeepers and we work with businesses across London.
The role of a bookkeeper is wide but it normally includes (but is not limited to) producing invoices, monitoring purchase orders, calculating interest, managing business repayments, chasing debtors, paying suppliers and creditors, and more.
However, we see our role as more than bookkeeping.
We make sure that you have the access to accurate and up-to-date information on which you can base decisions for the future of your business.
There’s a lot of confusion in the mind of the general public about what a bookkeeper does and what an accountant does. There is a lot of crossover but, to do their jobs to the best of their abilities, accountants rely on the work that business bookkeepers carry out.
We do your bookkeeping weekly, fortnight, or monthly meaning that your accountant has the accurate figures they need to minimise both your personal and business tax liabilities at year end.
Whereas your accountant may only periodically check your business’s performance, it’s part of your bookkeeper’s job to make sure that your records are continuously and accurately updated. This gives your bookkeeper a much greater insight into your business, how well it’s performing, and any issues which you might need to address sooner or later.
It’s a well-known fact too that businesses whose owners and senior managers work from the very latest information are better at making decisions. So a bookkeeper actually does a lot more than input data onto a spreadsheet or an online accounting platform.
We’re here to help you at all stages of your business journey.
We simplify bookkeeping for our clients by taking on the vast majority of the work involved ourselves.
Keeping your books up to date yourself takes time out of your day that you could be using to be productive – finding new clients, looking after existing customers, managing staff and more.
Let us do the work for you.
We know London business and we love London businesses.
Running a business in the capital is different from running a business elsewhere in the UK – there’s a lot more competition for customers, a lot more competition for staff, and the costs of trading are much higher.
Because we know the reality of commercial life for London business owners, you’ll find out input and our insights to be far more actionable and relevant than an online bookkeeper located elsewhere in the country who doesn’t know London like you and we do.
Yes – we offer a sole trader bookkeeping service for companies in London as well as bookkeeping for partnerships.
To appoint us as your part-time bookkeeper, please get in touch with us first for a consultation.
The relationship between a business owner and bookkeeper is one of the most significant commercial relationships you’ll have.
It’s important that we both feel that we understand each other and that we can work together too.
To get in touch with us, please call 020 3137 6565 or email us.
The average bookkeeper salary is £35,045 according to Adzuna. That’s approximately how much it would cost you to employ a bookkeeper full-time so it’s not cheap.
By working with our outsourced London bookkeepers, you’ll enjoy a very similar level of service with added business insights for around one tenth of the cost.
And the money you’ll save on tax and the money you’ll earn through our insights and advice will likely be much greater than the fees you pay us.
In the best and most sustainable business relationships, both sides see value and both sides win. This is what we offer our clients.