Accounting, Bookkeeping and Cash flow
Cash management is one of the most direct ways to reduce wastage and inefficiencies in the business, optimising funds available for investment and reducing interest costs.
Improving cash flow can have immediate results in terms of improved credit ratings and higher business values. With lenders now firmly focused on cash flows, it is important for business managers to understand the cash cycles within the business and to manage their cash effectively. By doing so the need for external finance can be minimised and the likelihood of sourcing additional finance, where required, can be maximised.
When businesses look for ways to improve their cash flow, the focus is most commonly placed on delivering benefits from improved working capital management. This is a key component but can often be a quick win as opposed to delivering sustainable results . The squeezing of customer credit terms or stretching of days’ payable outstanding may help in the immediate term, but are unlikely to deliver lasting cash flow improvement unless undertaken as part of a wider cash management programme.
Monthly / Quarterly / Yearly Bookkeeping services, VAT filing.
Financial statements preparation including income & expenditure statement, cash flow statement and balance sheet. (FRS 102 and FRS 105 compliant).
Management accounts and financial forecasts including projected income & expenditure statement, cash flow statement and balance sheet.