Chartered Accountants and Registered Auditors

Keywords: education, financial services, health

Public sector accounting and audit:- Local Government Education Health Transport Pension schemes Charities Accounts preparation for sole traders, partnerships and limited companies Accounts preparation for Charities, Clubs and LLP’s Company, Charity and LLP statutory audit Solicitor, Financial Services and Club compliance / regularity audit Independent Examination of Charity Accounts Limited and negative assurance statements Personal self-assessment, Partnership and Company tax returns Payroll (PAYE & RTI) and Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) operation VAT/PAYE/CIS/Tax registration, compliance and health-check HMR&C tax investigations Company, LLP and Charity formation Company secretarial and registered office facility Book-keeping, VAT returns and management accounts Tax planning, reviews and saving strategies Tax Credits and benefits advice Business start-up and formation Restructuring of the business Securing and maintaining business finance Business planning and cash-flow forecasts Due diligence work Fraud and investigation services Private and public sector consultancy IFRS implementation and review Board meetings and AGM presentation Grant claims and certification Internal Audit and governance Systems review and internal controls Chief Financial Officer / Accounting Officer facility Dealing with external audit Outsourcing of audit assignments and file reviews

Keywords: Accountancy, auditing, Benefits, board meetings, Book-Keeping, business finance, business start ups, charities, Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA), clubs, company formation, Company Secretarial, consultancy, due diligence, education, financial services, grants, health, HMRC, IFRS, internal audit, Internal controls and systems, Limited companies, local government, Management Accounts, partnerships, payroll, pension funds, Registered Auditor (ACCA), restructuring, Rti, Sole traders, solicitors, tax, Tax healthcheck and compliance, Tax planning,



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