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Online Accountants For Small Business
We have systems in place for you to send documents over and sign any forms or documents we require of you to keep you compliant. With technology evolving, obligations such as VAT returns and annual accounts are now digitised and require an online system compatible with Making Tax Digital to file. This often comes at a large cost for small business owners, however, as a client, your records and returns will be stored on our secure system ready for submission to governing bodies such as HMRC and Companies House.
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Why Choose JMC as your Small Business Accountant?
We promise to never confuse you with jargon and sales talk. Our approach is jargon-free and we pride ourselves on complete transparency. We will sit down and talk things through to ensure you have the right bookkeeping services to suit the needs of your business.
Whilst there is no legal requirement for you to appoint an accountant for your small business, it is extremely beneficial to do so. Hiring an accountant means you have someone to look out for your financial interests and put their skills and experience to reducing your tax liability and finding growth opportunities. A good accountant will often pay for themselves.
The cost of a small business accountant will largely depend on the amount of work involved. A experienced and fully-trained accountant can range anywhere from £25 – £100 per hour, and so, the more work needed to be carried out for your small business, the higher the cost in accountancy fees.
Absolutely! If you’re running a small business you will need to keep your business affairs separate from your personal ones. Having all of your transactions in a separate bank will help to do this, and not to mention, help make your accountants life easier, inevitably reducing their fees.
The best accounting software for your small business depends on what type of business you are running and how large your operation is. Whilst there are free or cheaper alternatives out there a more robust system will benefit those will more transactions and ledgers to keep track of.
You don’t need accounting software for your small business if you are one of our clients. If you already have purchased a software license our experienced team can work on your chosen platform, however, our practice has a system in place to onboard new clients and set them up without them needing to purchase their own software.
An accountant can help a small business grow. Their tax expertise and financial knowledge will mean they are constantly on the lookout for new opportunities for your business. An accountant will also help reduce your tax liabilities, claim allowances you may be entitled to, and check for any available grants.
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This will provide you time to ask any questions you have regarding your business's future or tax implications, whilst also allowing us to explain how we can help you and what you need to do to remain compliant with legal bodies such as HMRC and Companies House.