Qualified in accountancy....
.... experienced in business
Small businesses do not need complex computer programmes with which to carry out their bookkeeping and produce accounts. If your annual turnover is below £100k, you are not Vat registered and you can keep all of your papers within two lever arch files, then a spreadsheet may be the best option for your business.
For bigger businesses, whilst an accounting system such as Sage or Liberty Accounts is essential to operate Vat, bank reconciliation, and control of creditors and debtors, this is not sufficient in hospitality businesses that need almost instant figures with which to monitor performance.
These businesses need a spreadsheet to support their main accounts.
We provide ready made and tailorable spreadsheets to you as a part of our accountancy and support service.
Please phone us to discuss your requirements.
A guest house may be small, but accounting for deposits is a key area, as is being able to split expenditure between business and personal use.
Accounts for inns, pubs and hotels are a specialist area.
Our spreadsheets, specifically designed for inns, pubs and hotels assist control of sales, gross margins and payroll percentages.
Sole traders selling services need only a simple spreadsheet to monitor their cash and profitability on a monthly basis.
Our spreadsheet is built on the KISS principle (keep it simple stupid).
Accounts for Guest Houses
Using Spreadsheets in Bookkeeping and Accounts
Accounts for Inns
Accounts for Micro-businesses
|Sage Instant Accounts|
|Using a Spreadheet to Produce Accounts|
|Sage Accountant's Link|
|Chart of Accounts|
|Taxation of Income from Property|
|Capital Gains Tax|
|Tax Rates and Allowances 2012-13|
|Comparing Tax of Company to Partnership|
|Running a Pub|
|Website and Internet|
|Search Engine Optimisation and PPC|
|Using Social Media|
|RTI or Real Time Information|
|Pensions Law is Changing|
|Agency Worker Regulations|
|Bribery Act 2010|
|Gratuities Tips and Service Charges|
|A Guide to the Calculation of Holiday Pay for Employees|
|MaternityBenefits - statutory maternity pay|
|MaternityBenefits- maternity allowance|
|Customer Service or Customer Delight|
|Health and Safety|
|Product and Venue News|
|AA Hospitality Award Winners 2011|
|New Dining Concept|
|Schooner Glass Size Launched|
|British Food Fortnight|
|Great British Beer Festival Winners 2011|
|Chinese are Coming to England|
|Strategy for 2013|
|Strategy for 2012|
|Hospitality Industry Big Picture for 2012 in Devon & Cornwall|
|Accommodation Grading Standards|
|Minimum Alcohol Pricing|
|Strategy for 2011|
|Trends in Leisure for 2011|
|P38(S) to be Scrapped|
|Vat on Room Deposits|
|HMRC Announces Investigation into the Restaurant Industry|
|Vat on Takeaway Food|
|Furnished Holiday Lets Tax Changes in 2011|
|Autumn Statement 2011|
|VAT Increase to 20%|
|Caravan VAT Concessions Go|
|Hotel Buildings Allowance Goes|
|National Minimum Wage 2012-13|
|Cornish Challenge for Chefs | A&G|
|South Devon Tourism & Business Exhibition|
|South West Tourism Awards 2011/2|
|Devon Tourism Awards 2011|
|Good Hotel & Pub Guides Pull No Punches|
|English Riviera TV Advertisement|
|Store is the Core Initiative|
|Radio One Fun Cornish Video|
|Will Francis Heralding the Value of Pubs|
|Metronomy Promote the English Riviera|
|ERTC and RICC to Merge?|
|Trend for Tourism in the South West 2011|
|Hotel Fined for Pool Death|
|South West Tourism Awards 2011|
|South West Tourism Alliance|
|Von Essen Lessons Leaned for Hoteliers|
|Campaign for Reduction in Vat for the Hospitality Trade|
|National Minimum Wage|
|Drinks Measures to Change|
|Christmas Wow | A&G|
|Humour in Accountancy|
|More Humour in Accountancy|
|Accountant Opportunity in north Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset|