It’s time to celebrate the end of another financial year! Whether you do it with bubbles, or an extra hours sleep, there’s a few more things you need to kick start your year in an organised fashion.
Now’s the time to start gathering your information for your accountant. The more complete and accurate your records are, the quicker your accountant will be able to prepare your 2013 accounts.
Ideally this information should, at a minimum, include:
- Bank statements showing the balance at 31 March
- Your accounts payable and receivable (people who owe you money, and people you owe money to)
- Details of any investment income earned during the year (for example dividend and interest income)
At iif Chartered Accountants we’re firm believers in the benefit to our customers of getting the annual accounts completed promptly. That’s why we guarantee to get accounts completed within 15 working days of us receiving the information we need.
We’re also big on using cloud technology to make things as easy as possible for you. At the end of the day, you’ve got better things to be doing (like drinking that glass of bubbles) than collating financial information. That’s why we take care of most of it for you.
Ask your accountant to make your record keeping easy, and to get your accounts done as quickly as possible. This will give you more time to do the things you want to do, and will give you timely information to help you build a better business.
If you’re interested in finding out more about iif Chartered Accountants give Hamish Mexted a call.