What we do
While being a very important aspect of accounting in a business, bookkeeping does not actually require an in-house accountant to exclusively handle it. And accountants need to actually use their professional skills elsewhere than focussing on a task that is more manpower intensive. This makes virtual bookkeeping a primary mode for bookkeeping activities.
Depending on the requirements, outsourced bookkeeping services and processes can be timed to reach the accountant in specific time frames for constantly updating books without interruptions. At Outbooks, our well trained and certified teams are best equipped to handle bookkeeping tasks of varying volumes with ease, including bookkeeping services for small business, by delivering error free reports, on time, in the format desired.
One submits a VAT Return to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) every 3 months.
The VAT Return records things for the accounting period like:
- total sales and purchases
- amount of VAT one owes
- amount of VAT one can reclaim
- amount of VAT refund from HMRC
One must submit a VAT Return even if they have no VAT to pay or reclaim.
One has to submit a final VAT Return when they cancel your VAT registration.
Remote bookkeeping services that keep clients books in perfect order, updated as per agreed/desired turnaround time, without interrupting routine operations.
High calibre, dynamic resources for secretarial duties, to meet statutory requirements, compliance and services of a transactional nature
Timely computation of various types of tax, hassle free filing of returns, and expert assistance in making a fully compliant presentation to tax authorities.
Clutter free, cost efficient, and hassle free submission of year end accounts and CT returns to fully avail legitimate exemptions
Customized payroll to handle complex unique requirements, backed by specialist accounting knowledge for HMRC complaint and BACs approved solutions
KPIs and crisp real time reports to help clients gain an edge over competition, charting a path to steady growth and expansion across domains.