Whether you are sole trader or a limited company, efficient and thorough financial record keeping and adherence to regulatory processes in the management of company finances is essential to the success of your business.

HMRC require all companies to maintain financial records that clearly document financial transactions, including all purchases, sales, receipts and payments made by their organisation, so it is vital that those responsible for this task have the right knowledge, experience and expertise to provide an accurate and comprehensive business bookkeeping service.

At Robert Lewis, our team of experienced bookkeepers provide advice and guidance on the records you need to keep for taxation and VAT purposes, taking into consideration your individual accounting needs and recommending the right level of bookkeeping service to match your requirements.

Whether it’s small business bookkeeping for a sole trader or maintenance of financial records for a larger limited company, our professional team will provide the guidance necessary to ensure that your company is in line with VAT and taxation regulations. We provide the following bookkeeping services on a monthly or quarterly basis and can also offer services specific to Limited Company Accounts :

  • Analysing receipts and payments
  • Reconciling bank balances with your records
  • Maintaining sales and purchase ledgers

We pride ourselves on being a bookkeeping company with a team that are competent with the majority of accounting software including; Sage, Xero, Kashflow, Quickbooks, Free Agent and many others. Please note, we are Sage and Xero partners.

Key Contact

For further information relating to our bookkeeping services, please contact:

Danni Walker

VAT Manager

01268 217 234

My accounts were ready within a few weeks of the end of the year as opposed to a week before the
deadline with the previous company. On my first set of accounts you have already been able to save me tax owed.

Paul Edwards

Datastore Computing Ltd

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