Accounting/Bookkeeping Services


Simplifying your accounting process


Starting At Rs. 1000 ( onwards )

SAVE 30% COST

 

Bookkeeping services are necessary for all businesses to ensure accurate operational / financial information. Such information is required by Management, Regulators, and Investors. Also, it is a legal requirement for any business to maintain an appropriate book of accounts to ensure that all relevant taxes are paid and tax filings are made on time. Bookkeeping is the process of recording financial transactions of a business in an accounting system and the creation of reports. However, many small businesses do not have complete accounting departments and require external bookkeeping services.

 

Accounts payable functions

Accounts receivable functions

Accounts reconciliation

Payroll

Monthly analysis

 

Send us the scanned copy of your accounting books and one of our experts shall get in touch with you.

Our experts shall then analyse your accounting books and make entries into books according to the same.

All the required documents, returns,forms are prepared and verified.

As next procedure,the final tally entry shall be sent by our experts to you for verification and approval.

Once approved by you , our experts shall then prepare the balance sheet and PNC statement of the same.

Once the Balance sheet and PNC are prepared, the books of accounts are finalized and completed and sent to you.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

You should hire a bookkeeper as soon as you begin your business. This way you’ll avoid mistakes from the starting and reduce headaches.

 

No way! You shall still maintain 100% control of all decisions and all checks will still be signed by you. You choose what merchants get paid and when. We provide with the data and perform the specific task, but you approve all receipts for payment and sign all checks.

 

The Annual return of an LLP is due within 60 days of close of financial year. Annual return of an LLP is due on or before May 30th of each financial year.

Late filing or non-filing of LLP Annual Return or Statement of Accounts and Solvency before the due date will attract a penalty of Rs.100 for each day of default.

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