We are a team of expert and fully qualified bookkeepers operating throughout the London Area, working for over 25 years with small to medium sized businesses. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide a first class, hassle free bookkeeping service at all times. Our staff are Quickbooks Pro-Advisors, Sage Accredited and Xero Certified bookkeepers.
Our time spent with a vast network of clients over the years means we can tailor our bookkeeping service specifically to suit your needs. This will allow you the time to grow your business by doing what you do best. We take care of what we do best – providing professional bookkeeping services to you.
Why London Bookkeepers?
How to navigate QuickBooks
Get to know your QuickBooks dashboard and learn where to access key features, historical transactions, reporting and account setup.
How to manage your Customer List
When all your clientele is in one place, sending invoices is a breeze. Learn how to set up and manage your customer list, including how to edit, add and filter your contacts.
How to correctly record your sales
Learn the difference between invoices and sales receipts and how to record your sales so they appear correctly in your reports.
How Making Tax Digital for VAT affects your business
What Our Clients Say
At regular intervals usually quarterly VAT registered persons must submit a VAT return to HMRC,showing input tax and output tax for the period covered by the return. Any excess of output tax over the input tax is payable to HMRC. Any excess of input tax over output tax is repayable by HMRC.
The taxpayer’s income tax liability for the tax year in relation to all sources of income is aggregated as a total income. This tax liability is increased by the amount of any Class 4 National Insurance contributions which are due for the year.
When HMRC wish to contact you, they will not normally call on to your business premises without a prior appointment. Some people are under the allusion that HMRC will turn up unannounced, this is certainly not normal procedure for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs.