Get our free guide. Written with the Small Business owner in mind, this guide explains what bookkeeping is, sets out good bookkeeping practices and details out bookkeeping tasks that every business should be undertaking.
Take control of your company's finances and improve your cash flow
Outsource your bookkeeping to us and accelerate your growth. You’ll get expert help and finance function bespoke to your business’ individual needs.
For business owners who want to grow
Confidence in your company's financial data
To make the right decisions in your business you need up to date financial information that you can rely on. We can provide that for you and give you 24/7 access.
More time to concentrate on your business
We take over the day to day of your company's finances to free your time to spend building your company or spend time with your family, doing the things you want to do.
Your very own bespoke finance function
You're never too small to have a highly skilled and knowledgable team, who can set up and run your systems and processes to provide you with support and information to get you where you want to go.
What can happen if you don't keep on top of your bookkeeping?
Most business owners dread dealing with the bookkeeping, seeing it as boring and non productive time. But having bad bookeeping, or none at all, can have a serious impact on your business. The inability to see what is happening clearly, can leave you in severe financial difficulty.
If you don’t keep your bookkeeping up to date, you won’t have the information you need to make an informed decision. Poor financial information will make growth harder and riskier.
Cash flow problems
You could find yourself in a situation where you have no idea what is coming in or going out of your business, wondering where all your money has gone and end up not having enough to continue operating.
Penalties and fines
You may incur penalties and fines if you miss deadlines, file incorrect returns or have poor record keeping. You may also find yourself with much higher fees from your Accountant to rectify any issues.
You can find yourself stuck behind closed doors with piles of paperwork instead of growing your business, sacrificing more of your family time to try and straighten everything out.
The solution? Outsource it!
There’s no need to deal with the bookeeping on your own. If you don’t have the time or the skill to confidently carry out it out yourself, we can help make your bookkeeping more manageable. You’ll have a dedicated bookkeeping expert who will be your point of contact, providing exactly what you need. They learn the ins and outs of your business and are there with you as your business grows.
How to get started
We have a super simple process which we undertake with anyone looking to work with us.
Choose a time that suits you for your discovery call, where you bring us up to speed on exactly where you are now and where you want to be. This call also let's us see if we think we can work together.
If we both think we're a good fit, then we move onto a proposal meeting. Every company is different and here we build a service which is unique to you and your business.
If you're happy with your proposal, we begin the onboarding process. Depending on your circumstances and what's involved, onboarding usually takes between 2 - 4 weeks.
Welcome to your new finance function
Never has it been more important to be in control of your company’s finances and know exactly where you stand day to day, so now you’ll have
Reliable financial data
We keep your financial information fully up to date, so you know the numbers you have are reliable and meaningful. No more guesswork when you’re trying to work out where you stand.
You’ll have a dedicated, highly trained bookkeeping expert who will guide you through your day to day finance function and be there to offer friendly, helpful support.
You’ll have the latest systems, technology and processes, available to you 24/7 and easily scalable to suit your ongoing growth and requirements.
Bespoke to you
No two companies are the same, neither are their needs. That’s why our finance function is fully bespoke to you, to give you the best value and great results.
Not ready for a finance team just yet?
If you don’t feel you’re quite ready for your very own finance function but still want great systems, why not take advantage of our recommended software, available from us at great discounted rates. You can also download our Small Business Bookkeeping Guide too!
Small Business Bookkeeping Guide
Whilst outsourcing your bookkeeping might seem the easiest option, depending on the complexity and volume of your business it might not be cost effective. Performing your own bookkeeping can definitely gain great insight when preparing your own books but if bookkeeping is just not your thing, doing it yourself may cost you more than hiring someone else to do it.
On the other hand, if you’re looking to save time and grow your business, delegating your bookkeeping to a professional will not only ensure your books are kept accurately, but will also give you immense peace of mind.
Outsourcing is a great way to acquire specialist skills rather than having all the worries associated with employing someone. There’s no staffing issues, no holidays, no sick pay, no training and no equipment necessary. You have access to a team of skilled professionals, who are there to help when you need them, yet you’re only paying a fraction of what you would pay to employ someone as you’re only paying for the work being undertaken. A good bookkeeping practice is constantly innovating and training to ensure they are offering the best service and value possible to a client.
Bookkeepers and Accountants have very different roles. A Bookkeeper takes care of your day to day recording of financial data. An Accountant deals with higher level compliance such as filing accounts, tax returns, strategic planning and forecasting. They analyse and interpret the data compiled by the Bookkeeper. A good Accountant is a must for any business, even though you don’t legally need one, it’s a mistake not to have one. You could manage without a Bookkeeper too, but then if you aren’t keeping your financial records up to date or are fully aware of the rules of bookkeeping and how to enter data correctly, you will have unreliable data and pay more for the Accountant to correct your mistakes at the end of the year.