Take control of your West Midlands business with Platinum One Accountants.
Platinum One Accountants are trained bookkeeping experts in Coventry, Birmingham and the West Midlands.
At Platinum One Accountants we can help you keep on top of your bookkeeping, by providing a bespoke bookkeeping support service. We can deal with all receipts, bills, invoices, bank statements and expenses, either from our offices or your office, leaving you free to concentrate on your business. With transparent pricing and no costly set-up fees for in-house facilities, Platinum One Accountants will give you the peace of mind in knowing that your records are well kept, as well as the impetus for your business to grow.
The objective of management accounts is to provide key financial and statistical information. This helps businesses to make day-to-day and short-term accurate decisions. Platinum One Accountants offers weekly, monthly or quarterly set of summarised accounts: Balance Sheet, Profit & Loss account, Trial Balance and an Income Statement.
Administrating your payroll can be time consuming and burdensome. It also diverts energy and resources from the core activities of your business. The task is made all the more difficult by the growing complexity of taxation, employment legislation and the accompanying regime of penalties for non-compliance.
However, Platinum One Payroll provides a complete payroll solution to take away as much of this burden by providing a comprehensive and confidential payroll service. Even if you have a small team of employees, you will make savings by engaging Platinum One Payroll to administer your payroll requirements.
Auto enrolment legislation has been designed to encourage a retirement savings culture in the UK. This new legislation requires all employers to automatically enrol some or all employees of their workforce, depending on age and salary level, into a pension scheme. This must meet certain minimum standards.
Some employee’s will also have the right to ask their employer to enrol them into an auto enrolment pension scheme, which once again depends on the employee’s age and salary level. Employers may be required to make contributions to this pension scheme, adding to the contributions made by their employees’.