Running your business entails large amounts of administration. Your business, no matter how large or small, can cost effectively outsource an increasing volume of bookkeeping and administrative tasks to KAS, so that you can concentrate on your core business activities.
- KCAS will tailor the method of working to suit your individual needs. We can either work at your premises or from our own offices as a bureau service.
- IT and internet links can be established so that KCAS can have access to your financial data to ease the demands for providing information.
- We can provide you with these services on a fixed or variable fee service.
Our services include:
- Bookkeeping and maintenance of accounting records
- Preparation of regular management accounts
- Preparation and completion of VAT returns
- Preparation of budgets and forecasts
- Back-office facilities, including cheque writing, reconciliation of suppliers statements, collection of debtors etc
- Outsourcing service to handle clients' accounting functions
- Computerised accounting
- Accounts and bookkeeping training
KCAS can provide you with prompt and constructive advice whether you are ready to start a new business, move from your existing accountancy or book-keeping firm, or simply need to explore the options available.
The sooner you seek advice from an experienced specialist, the greater the opportunities to ensure you make the choice that is right for you and your business.
KCAS provide initial explorative consultations, held at our offices, which are undertaken free of charge and overseen by one of our qualified Accountants.
Act now and contact KCAS today to arrange a consultation
Tel: 44 (0)208 441 2000
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