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General Book keeping
Sales Ledger- raising and issuing sales invoices and credit notes, customer allocations, preparing and issuing statements, credit control.
Purchase Ledger- Entering purchase invoice and credit notes on software, preparing payment runs, supplier allocations.

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Complete bookkeeping services up to trial balance

I like to have my clients set up on software (Quickbooks/Xero/Sage One) as I believe it's a false economy trying to manage it all on spreadsheets. Working on software usually ensures that bookkeeping can be completed faster, accurately and much more reliably. Also ensures compliance with MTD.

It is important to ensure that your accounts are completed accurately and on time. Many of my existing clients come to me saying that they've tried keeping on top of their own accounts but it often gets in the way of their personal time and eats into when they should be focusing on their business rather than bogged down in the paperwork. Out sourcing can give you the piece of mind that your accounts are being looked after properly so you can focus on more important things

Helping small entities keep in control of their finances, rather than keeping their head in the sand. I like my clients being able to focus on building their business and increasing their profits, rather than being bogged down in paperwork.

Having a disability which makes committing to every day commuting difficult made me focus on setting up my practice so I could my services to clients without having to be at the mercy of a temperamental knee and femoral replacement every day.

Working from home as an independent book keeper means I can provide a more personalised service to my clients and work with that's best for both of us. I can collect paperwork, clients can drop it to my house or even upload it all online. I'm not restricted to office hours meaning that if there is a deadline outside of the usual agreement I can usually meet this- or if a client needs to speak to me at 9am on a Sunday morning I am available. I'm always honest with my clients- if I feel there's an aspect of the bookkeeping that they can do themselves (such as invoicing through the software) and they are willing to do it themselves, then I am happy to teach them how to reduce their bookkeeping costs and save me duplicating work they'd done elsewhere.

As an independent bookkeeper, I am always studying for my next exam or qualification to ensure I am constantly developing my knowledge to expand the range of services I can offer and reassure my clients that my work is always based off the latest and most up to date information available.

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