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Business owners keep track of their financial information in a number of different ways so we have put together three main packages tailored to suit your specific accountancy requirements.
All of the packages include the relevant services that your business will need, for instance, VAT returns, accounts and tax returns.
HMRC have implemented a process called Making Tax Digital which basically means that all businesses must submit their financial records over to HMRC in a digital format.
Don't worry, this is where we at MJF Accountancy Ltd come in. Regardless of how your business keeps financial records, we will ensure it complies with HMRC's rules.
We will supply all the software to keep you on track.
Our three main packages are:
Think of this package as a bag of receipts. You keep your financial information manually and then simply pop a bag full of documents into us periodically.
We will then convert this information into the relevant formats (VAT returns, Accounts etc.) and submit it over to HMRC.
For this package, your business will use a cloud based accountancy package to collate the financial records and then we will ensure that these records are correct, complete and up to date before converting them into the relevant formats for submissions to HMRC.
We supply all the tools you need for this package such as the cloud based software and an app on your phone for capturing images of costs.
Our fully digital package is for businesses who want to keep a track of their own financial records on a daily basis.
Your business will use a cloud based accountancy package and enter all of the information internally. We would then review this information in order to ensure that it is correct and complies with HMRC regulations.
Regardless of how you operate your financial information, we are confident that one of these packages will suit your needs.
Call us today on 0151 724 3960 to arrange your free consultation.
Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can use our website contact form.
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