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Statutory accounts is the data that is submitted to Companies House regarding financial aspects of your business such as profit and loss etc. These are submitted at the end of a financial year and will consist of a variety of disclosures that need to be made by law. Our accountants will be able to prepare these on your behalf to ensure their accuracy.

At its basics, this is a prediction of your financial situation over a select number of months. These can help you make a decision as to whether to invest or take on fresh projects, or whether these are not financially viable yet.

An audit of your accounts comprises specialist checks to ensure your financial statements are accurate. This prevents claims of fraud or error being made against you and your business. As registered auditors, we can help you identify potential weaknesses throughout your business; as well as offering proactive advice on how to rectify these weaknesses should we find them.

This is the monthly/adhoc management of your accounts, rather than producing these after the year has come to a close. This helps you to monitor your business more effectively by giving an accurate idea of your profitability on a regular basis.

Our team of professional accountants believe that no job is too big or too small, and are dedicated to providing the utmost care and attention for every job we undertake. Whatever you require, you can trust our honesty and the value we put into customer satisfaction to drive us to deliver the best service possible.

For further information about the broad variety of services we offer, call our friendly team today on 0121 377 6440. Alternatively, complete our contact form and we will be in touch quickly.