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Accountancy & Book – Keeping Providers

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Maine Accounting

Contact: Susan Davidson
Work 62 Carclinty Road Cullybackey County Antrim BALLYMENA BT42 1PH United Kingdom Cell Phone: 07855772275 Website: Maine Accounting

Biography

I graduated from the University of Dundee in 1999 and am a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

I trained with pwc and worked in the Health Service in Northern Ireland for over 10 years, before setting up my own Practice. Over the years, this has provided me with an insight into a variety of business sectors which I hope will assist me in providing you with a quality service.

My focus is on small businesses where I believed I can provide a bespoke service to meet the needs of the client.  I provide a full range of services including:

– start up advice

– bookkeeping

– payroll (both for businesses and for carers employed in private households)

– VAT

– provision of accounting software

– production of accounts

– completion of individual and corporation tax returns

I also assist small charities with advice regarding setting up their systems correctly and can also provide Independent Examiner Reports to comply with the Charities Commission regulations.

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62 Carclinty Road Cullybackey BALLYMENA BT42 1PH United Kingdom

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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