Book-keepers and Accountants – what's the difference?
The difference between the services provided by a book-keeper and those of an Accountant is that an Accountant will show the financial position of your company at a given point in time. Book-keeping keeps track of all your financial transactions on a day-to-day basis consisting of the recording of all transactions into various ledgers to provide a balance. In plain English, I reconcile all your paperwork, take away your headaches and provide your accountant with everything they need to prepare your year end accounts.
I specialise in a book-keeping service that firstly gets your accounts in shape and then maintains them with a minimum of fuss.
My Experience (aka The Boring Bits)
- Sales Ledger
- Purchase Ledger
- Cash/Bank Payments/Receipts
- Nominal Ledger Journals
- Bank Statement Reconciliations
- Credit Card/Expenses Processing
- Int'l Currency Transactions
- Trial Balance
- VAT Returns
- Profit and Loss Reports
- Balance Sheet Reports
- Management Accounts
- Credit Control
My clients include sole traders, partnerships and limited companies in a variety of sectors. I have an in-depth knowledge of how Accountants work (having worked for one for quite a while) so I can use that skill to liaise with yours to provide a seamless service between my book-keeping and their Year End accounts completion.
Where can I help you?
- Sales & Purchase Ledgers
- VAT Returns
- Profit & Loss Reports
- PAYE / NIC / Payroll
- Bank Statement Reconciliation
Thoughts from my customers
"I've used Anne at Charles Black for my book-keeping for over 3 years now, and can honestly say I've never been disappointed by her service or commitment"Click here to contact me today