This weeks edition of the South Wales Argus features an article on our Introduction to Xero Seminar. Cwmbran-based accountancy firm Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors is holding a seminar on an introduction to Xero; the cloud-software product. The free seminar will be held on Thursday, June 8 from 9am until 11am at Parkway Hotel in … Continue reading Accountancy Firm Holds Free Seminar on Xero
Does your business currently use Xero or are you considering moving your accounting to a cloud based system? We would like to invite you to the Parkway Hotel and Spa in Cwmbran, on 8 June 2017, between 9am and 11am, to teach you how to utilise Xero to its full potential and how Xero can benefit your … Continue reading Introduction to Xero Seminar – 8 June 2017
Bookkeeping can be an overwhelming task but having a system in place can make it a lot less daunting! Here are five ways to take charge of your bookkeeping: Create a list of important tax-related dates and place it where it's easily visible. If you have a permanent reminder of key dates you'll have a … Continue reading 5 Key Ways To Take Charge Of Your Bookkeeping
If you own your own business or are considering such a move, keeping accurate records not only benefits you for tax compliance, but it could also benefit your business. Keeping accurate records may: Reduce your accountancy fees make filling in your tax return more straightforward help you with budgeting and cashflow help your business grow … Continue reading Bookkeeping Tips for Small Businesses
We are pleased to invite you to our next Sage seminar, to be held on Wednesday 25 March 2015 at the Parkway Hotel, Cwmbran. Seminar Agenda: 9:00 - 9:30am Registration, coffee and biscuits 9:30 - 9:45 am Introduction and welcome 9:45 - 10:45 am Presentation by June Horne of Sage 10:45 - 11:00 am Q&A … Continue reading Free SAGE Seminar: Useful Hints & Tips and Sage Drive
Coverage of our new payroll and bookkeeping recruits in today's South Wales Argus. If you would like to meet our new recruits, please come to our Auto-Enrolment seminar tomorrow (Wednesday 22nd October) from 9am-11am at GreenMeadow Country & Golf Club.
You will often find that, at any given date, the bank balance according to your cashbook is different to the balance on your bank statement. This is primarily due to the time delay between entering the transaction in the cashbook and the time taken to clear the bank - usually 2-3 days depending on the … Continue reading Balancing the Books: Bank vs. Cashbook
The earliest known existence of the classic 'double entry' bookkeeping system can be dated back to 1211 in Florence, Italy. First published in Luca Paciolo's book "Summa" in 1495, it is a system that has been used, and will, indeed, be used for many years to come. However, things have a come a long way … Continue reading Moving With The Times
HMRC have recently announced they are exploring new ways of conducting their business record checks to target those who are likely to have inadequate business records. According to HMRC, it is important for businesses to keep records in order to complete their tax returns correctly, and to ensure they pay the correct amount of tax … Continue reading HMRC Business Record Checks
In recent months there has been news of large corporations and even football clubs falling into liquidation, with many jobs lost and well known household names disappearing. However, the situation is not restricted to prominent companies, with millions of pounds passing through their bank accounts. Any company, of any size, can drift into insolvency. If your … Continue reading How healthy is your company?