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
Ben Kilby
3rd July 2015 VAT Compliance

VAT Errors: Penalties or independent audit ? In an interesting development we have recently received instructions to undertake an independent audit of the UK VAT records of an overseas trader. The client, who is registered for VAT in this country, had completed VAT returns but made a mistake which resulted in a penalty being levied…

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Mark Haydon
2nd July 2015 Public Record Disclosures

Abbreviated Accounts: keep your business finances confidential. Instead of filing full statutory accounts on the public record and revealing your sales and gross margin to your competitors and suppliers, you may be eligible to choose instead to file abbreviated accounts if certain conditions are met. Abbreviated accounts are shorter accounts and as such do not include…

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Hannah Wisbey
4th June 2015 Modern Record Keeping

Business Book-keeping: Waiting for a ‘cloudy’ day? No matter what size your business is, it is a legal requirement to keep all records and documents if you need to complete a tax return. Failure to do so could lead to penalties of up to £3,000 if HMRC check your records. In addition to the legal…

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Stephen Malkin
2nd January 2015 Software Review

Cloud Accounting: Xero wins beauty parade Whiting’s Start-up Group has undertaken a comprehensive review of 15 leading cloud accounting packages available for UK SME’s.  This review compared these web hosted software products under the following key criteria: Training Add-ons Paying bills direct Up-time Direct bank statement feed Back-up Cost Although Sage has the market brand awareness…

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Stephen Malkin
11th April 2014 Cloud Bookkeeping

Xero’s Automatic Bank Reconciliation is a Real Benefit. We have just transferred to Xero a client in the construction sector. The system has proved particularly useful because most of his receipts and payments are made electronically and Xero enable these to be automatically downloaded from the bank. This is a real time saver. As his…

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Stephen Malkin
17th December 2013 Cloud Award

Whitings Preferred Cloud Accounting Package Xero Wins Award. Cloud accounting software company Xero are to be congratulated on their success in having their product named Client Software Product of the Year in the British Accountancy Awards 2013. We have a number of clients who have obtained this software through us and are enjoying the benefits…

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Mark Deighton
21st October 2013 Cloud Accounting Update

Sage Update Cloud Hosted SageOne. Sage, the market leaders in providing locally and network hosted SME accounting software, launched their first serious cloud hosted variant, SageOne Cashbook, in January 2011. This product, aimed primarily at micro businesses, and costing just £5pm, was a newly written application with very basic functionality. Now, nearly 2 years later,…

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Mark Deighton
1st August 2013 Sage

Sage Launch Update to Flagship Sage 50 Accounts Software. Sage have today launched their 20th annual update to their main Sage 50 accounts product; to be known as Sage 50 Accounts 2014. Users who do not automatically update each year will have to make the usual decision of whether or not the new bells and…

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Ian Piper
6th April 2013 OMB Tax Strategies

The Start of the New Tax Year is the time for OMB’s to revise their Tax Strategy. As another new tax year begins, business owner managers should review and revise their combined business and personal tax strategy: 2013/14 OMB Strategies Depending upon how much profit the business generates, whether or not your spouse is involved in…

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Andrew Winearls
14th December 2012 Autumn Statement Tax Announcements

Chancellor helps UK business. In his 2012 Autumn Statement Chancellor George Osbourne announced a raft of tax measures to help UK businesses steer through the current recession: Pre Budget announcements and Whiting’s Commentary   Initiatives of particular help included: Increasing the Annual Investment Allowance (100% capital allowances on Plant in year of purchase) from £25,000 to £250,000 wef…

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