VES Bookkeeping

at 45 Tithe Road, Plymouth, PL7 4QQ United Kingdom

Providing Accounts training, Bookkeeping/Payroll services & Legal Cashiering to businesses in the South West & beyond. FREE initial consultation.


VES Bookkeeping
45 Tithe Road
Plymouth PL7 4QQ
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 07739143843
Website

Description

We are a bookkeeping company that provides a full range of bookkeeping services to all sizes of businesses whether you are a Sole Trader, Partnership or a Limited company. We are located in Plymouth, Devon but if you are further afield we are also happy to work with you on a remote working basis. Your accounts will be processed promptly to ensure you have the information you want when you need it

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For all your payroll, bookkeeping & accounts training requirements, give us a call on 07739143843 or visit wwww.vesbookkeeping.com to see how we can help you build a better business.

Published on 2014-01-24 05:54:16 GMT

If filing your Self Assessment Tax Return online for the first time you need to register with HMRC by 21 January to receive your activation PIN in time for the deadline.

Published on 2014-01-17 22:17:38 GMT

Interestingly 72% of employers want their bookkeepers to work online according to leading accounting software provider Sage. So we have our heads in the cloud and are ready & waiting with the latest accounting products to offer your business a first class service in keeping on top of the books. You don't have to be local to benefit from our services. Already using a cloud based product? No problem, let us take us over your bookkeeping so you can spend time growing your business! Call us on 07739 143843 for a FREE initial consultation or visit our website www.vesbookkeeping.com

Published on 2014-01-08 14:17:04 GMT

Four things a start-up business SHOULD DO: 1. Prepare a business plan. 2. Create a good filing system. 3. Obtain a working knowledge of cashflow. 4. Be aware of regulations affecting your business.

Published on 2014-02-12 09:40:46 GMT

On starting up a new business do you know the four most important things you MUST do? 1. Register self-employed with HMRC. 2. Know which VAT scheme to apply for. 3. Buy any required insurance cover. 4. Open up a business bank account.

Published on 2014-02-11 20:39:06 GMT

DEADLINE DAY for online Self Assessment tax return submissions for year ended 5 April 2013. Tax payments also due to HMRC today folks! Don't be late; you'll incur a penalty & interest on unpaid amounts.

Published on 2014-01-31 08:32:07 GMT

Finally, Fridays Top Tip - Number Five: A Certified Bookkeeper will ensure you're CLAIMING FOR THE RIGHT EXPENSES EVEN WHEN YOU USED THE WRONG CREDIT CARD! It's common for busy entrepreneurs to make payments out of whichever account has money in it at the right time but, by using your business card to pay for personal expenditure & vice versa, you're making your accounts much harder to reconcile. We can ensure that your accounts are in good order so that in the event of a tax enquiry by HMRC your private bank account will not be treated as a business account.

Published on 2014-01-31 08:26:59 GMT

Wednesdays wicked reason to use a Bookkeeper - Number Three. We support you through the year so you know how your business is doing today, next week & next month unlike accountants who deal with the financial year that's just passed. So we will keep you up to date with your cashflow, chase your debtors & help you meet those all important tax-related deadlines.

Published on 2014-01-29 09:21:17 GMT

Tuesdays Top Tip - Number Two A Certified Bookkeeper will SAVE YOU MONEY. It's counterproductive to let your accounts get on top of you as you're more likely to make costly mistakes or miss deadlines and end up having to pay penalties. We can help you stay on track & save you money in the long term. A good system and a pristine set of books will make the fees much cheaper when you do need an accountant.

Published on 2014-01-28 08:09:33 GMT

Let's start off the week with Number One: A Certified Bookkeeper can and will SAVE YOU TIME - Running a small business can take up all of your time. Us bookkeepers have considerable experience in making order out of crumpled receipts and wayward invoices so we will not only process them faster, but will make sure they are recorded perfectly and reconciled to the last penny. We love nothing better than a rifle through old shoeboxes full of receipts!!

Published on 2014-01-27 22:38:45 GMT

Having a good set of books isn't just a legal obligation; it could mean the difference between success or failure. Just under half of UK small businesses don't save enough money to pay their end-of-year tax bill - if this is you maybe it's time to hire a Certified Bookkeeper to ensure your books are kept in order. Get in touch by calling 07739 143843 or visit www.vesbookkeeping.com for more info.

Published on 2014-01-27 22:12:25 GMT

If you wear a uniform or protective clothing at work and you have to wash it yourself you may be due a tax refund from HMRC, and if you don't claim it, you'll lose it. According to statistics, 2 in 3 employees who wear a uniform at work are entitled to a tax rebate. Are you eligible for a refund?

Published on 2015-03-07 19:24:00 GMT

HAPPY NEW YEAR! APPLY WITHIN - ICB Qualified and or Experienced Bookkeeper required for onsite clients. Must have sound knowledge of manual bookkeeping practices and be proficient in Sage 50 accounts. Own transport essential and happy to work unsupervised. Flexible working hours. Please email CV to vicki@vesbookkeeping.com

Published on 2015-01-03 11:37:05 GMT

To do list this week: Monthly payroll runs Client Month Ends New client setup ....and a cheeky Year End to prepare.

Published on 2014-11-24 09:07:02 GMT

For Accounts training, bookkeeping, VAT, payroll & Legal Bookkeeping including cashier cover; you can count on us to keep you up to date!

Published on 2014-03-20 22:19:57 GMT

The most common mistakes businesses make: DON'T issue a cheque or make a bank transfer that cannot be honoured. DON'T ignore VAT threshold. DON'T ignore letters from our friends at HMRC. DON'T overlook important dates & deadlines. Put them in the diary! DON'T fall out with your suppliers with unexplained late payments.