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Accounts by Ciara

Contact: Ciara Magill-Lavery
Work 16 Glenhurst Park Belfast BT36 7JP Cell Phone: 07714 247933 Website: Accounts by Ciara

Biography

Based in Belfast, business mum Ciara Magill Lavery loves and is a specialist in one of the jobs most of us loathe – accounts. Her range of services include:

Accounts | Bookkeeping | Self assessment | VAT returns | Payroll | Friendly and professional business helping local business and sole traders grow.

While we all hate handing over the reigns of any part of our business to other people, we have to value our time wisely, and it simply makes sense to hand over tasks that are time consuming and that we are not confident in, to another professional who is skilled and knowledgeable.

In return we gain peace of mind that those tasks are completed and correct, and we get to use the time on jobs we love.

With self assessment deadline looming on 31st January, this could be something causing you dread and anxiety so why not pass it on? Or if you have already completed but do not want the stress next year, why not get in touch to put a simple and easy system into place?

Other MAW Members that use Ciara say that she is brilliant, easy to get along with and it gives them great peace of mind to know their accounts are in safe hands

Contact Ciara here on the Mums at Work Member Directory.

 

 

 

 

 

Ten Top Essential Accounting Tips for Small Business Owners:

  1. Keep your personal and business finances separate
  2. Make sure your records are kept neat and accurate
  3. Stick to the tax deadlines
  4. Keep all your receipts
  5. Go to an accounts workshop
  6. Budget for Tax
  7. Learn the Tax Rules
  8. Create Profit & Loss Statements
  9. Use a digital app
  10. If you don’t understand, hire an expert

Making Tax Digital

Making Tax Digital l is a key part of the government’s plans to make it easier for individuals and businesses to get their tax right and keep on top of their affairs. Visit this page which

  • explains what Making Tax Digital is
  • sets out details of the Making Tax Digital for VAT service, which is now live
  • includes a mythbuster explaining the truth behind some common misconceptions about Making Tax Digital

Read more here about self assessment deadlines 

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