We prepare accounts for a range of clients including sole traders, partnerships and limited companies. For larger company clients we also carry out statutory audits.

We will ensure that your accounts comply with statutory and legal requirements and at the same time look at your business as a whole, suggesting ways of improving the profitability and efficiency of your business.

A brief highlight of some of the services we generally offer to our clients includes:

AUDIT SERVICES
The approach which we adopt in our audit services and indeed in all professional services which we provide is to identify our services with the clients' success and profitability and to make the clients see our services as a contributory factor.

We make recommendation which will result in improved reliability or efficiency in the accounting systems and operational procedures thereby saving cost.

TAX AND TAX PLANNING SERVICES
1. Our tax services covers the following :
- Self assessment tax returns
- Corporation tax
- Objections and appeals - procedures with Revenue Appeal Commissioners in the case of incorrect Tax Assessments.

2. Our tax planning services deals with approach on the timing and methods of settling tax liabilities (if any) and its resultant effect on cash flow.

3. Our tax Avoidance Schemes deal with the legal methods of reducing our client exposures to tax with necessary built-in saving schemes.

COMPANY SECRETARIAL SERVICES
The services offered is aimed at ensuring both statutory compliance with the Companies Acts and also compliance with other regulations which from time to time form an integral part of statutory requirements.

The principal areas where statutory compliance is required include:
- C
hoice of names, objects clause, capital and subsequent changes thereon
- Selection of directors, secretary and other principal officers of companies meetings and resolutions
- statutory books and returns - choice of books, filing of returns, fees payable, offences and penalties
- shares, dividends, accounts and audit procedure/statutory requirements; changes in structure of ownership for private companies.