Accountants Guide

Accountants Guide is a series of a blog post that guides you through your journey of bookkeeping and accounting.

If you’re a complete beginner or having some experience, but are a little rusty in certain areas, you can pick and choose the post or article that are most relevant to you. I hope that you find this blog series a useful tool for developing and managing your business.

I am starting this series by making some key assumptions about prospective readers of this blog and assumes that you fall into one of the following categories:
You’re a member of staff in a small business who’s been employed to undertake the bookkeeping and accounting function.

You’re a small business owner who currently doesn’t have the funds to employee an individual. Therefore, you need to understand the basics of bookkeeping to enable you to deal with the day-to-day paperwork, with a view to perhaps using an accountant at year-end.

If any – or all – of these assumptions accurately describes you, then you’ve come to the right place

  1. Basics of Book Keeping
  2. Accounting day to day transactions
  3. Monthly, Quarterly & Annual Compliance
  4. Preparing Financial Statements
  5. Working with external stakeholders such as Banks, Investors, Advisers and Auditors

You free to start any of above section which you seems relevant to yourself.

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