Business Support

You are your business’s most valuable asset so why not outsource your administrative tasks and free up your valuable time to concentrate on your core business?

The appeal of outsourcing is currently stronger than ever, as organisations seek to combat the ongoing challenges of a skills shortage and cost control, whilst remaining focused on the core activities and ‘magic’ which give the business its competitive advantage.

 

How we can help

  • Bookkeeping Services
  • VAT
  • Payroll
  • Management accounting
  • Quasi-FD role

We give advice to a range of different businesses from sole traders and SME’s to larger businesses with more complex requirements. Our business future is tied into yours, and we are passionate about providing you with all of the advice and support services that you will need to prosper.

 

Why choose us?

  • Tailored services shaped around the needs of your business
  • A range of services available in one place
  • In-depth understanding of Cloud Accounting software and virtual office services

 

Download our Business Support leaflet below to discover more about our range of services

 

 

You can also explore our Anglian Cloud Accounting website to learn more about cloud accounting and our service packages.

Get in touch with your local office and speak to one of our specialist advisers about our Business Support Services.

 



 
Latest Blogs in Business Support
 
Mark Deighton
14th September 2018 Sage 50 VAT T Codes

Sage 50 VAT T Codes. Sage 50 Accounts book keeping software populates its VAT return by using tax (T) codes to indicate which VAT rate to apply to each transaction. Whenever you post a transaction in Sage 50 Accounts you must enter the relevant T code:   T0 – Zero rated transactions (eg most food, books, new builds,…

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Paul Tatum
29th August 2018 Beware the fraudsters

We are fortunate to have many worthy charities in and around our area all making a huge contribution to our community. When it comes to the fraudsters charities do not have any exemption, in fact quite the opposite, they are often seen as a soft touch.  The Charity Commission has just published ‘Tackling Charity Fraud’…

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Kimberly Weston
1st June 2018 Fraud

Fraud is a gigantic area which I would never be able to discuss fully in one blog however, after a recent run-in with a fake HMRC line; I did want to make you aware of a few key things to look out for or to be aware of when dealing with possible fraud. It’s important…

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Paul Jefferson
5th April 2018 Reclaiming VAT: Checking the validity of your supplier invoices.

  VAT registered businesses will be aware that they can only reclaim VAT on business purchases if they have a valid VAT invoice.   For supplies over £250, this invoice should disclose: Supplier: sales invoice unique sequential invoice number, name, address and VAT number. Date and tax point, if different Your name and address Description…

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Peter Brown
9th March 2018 Quickbooks Connect

  The “Beast from the East” didn’t stop Accountants, the Self-Employed, Developers and Small businesses as they attended QuickBooks Connect London on 27th and 28th February. Attendees from all over the world had gathered to develop the knowledge in QuickBooks online, meet QuickBooks Add-on Exhibitors, hear from featured speakers who were specialists in their industry…

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Richard Alecock
8th February 2018 Sage for VAT Returns: Beware changes to Government Gateway

  Businesses that use Sage accounting software to complete and e-submit their VAT returns should be aware of a change to the Government Gateway on 14 February 2018. If you run an older version of this software (version 23 or below), it will no longer be compatible and hence VAT returns will not automatically e-submit…

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Richard Alecock
4th January 2018 Directors’ responsibilities

  Limited company directors and secretaries are collectively referred to as ‘officers’. Directors are appointed by members (shareholders and guarantors) to run and manage the day-to-day operations of the business. Secretaries are optional for private companies, but not public companies. They are usually appointed to assist directors with important administrative tasks. An Overview Company directors…

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Andrew Band
4th January 2018 EU competition infringements by European truck manufacturers

  The European Commission imposed fines of €3.4 billion in July 2016 and September 2017 following findings that a number of manufacturers were party to a cartel at senior management level from 1997-2001. Breakdowns of the fines for the companies involved were as follows: Daimler/Mercedes – €1 billion Scania – €880 million DAF – €752…

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Jodie Tarbin
24th November 2017 Autumn Budget – Property taxes

SDLT for First time buyers – The government has introduced a new relief from SDLT for first-time buyers (in England, Wales and Northern Ireland) for all transactions with an effective date on or after 22 November 2017. The relief works as follows: £300,000 or less: no SDLT payable £300,001 and £500,000: no SDLT on the…

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Scott Bishop
14th November 2017 New to business? Beware of payments on account!

  When setting up in business you will be fully aware that you will have tax to pay on your profits, and you will ideally be putting money aside to cover this. What you might not be aware of is that you may have to pay two years’ worth of tax in just six months.…

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