Package Name & Information
AJ Accounting and Tax Services, based in Edgeworthstown, are focused on providing bookkeeping services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction & we will do everything we can to meet your expectations. With a variety of offerings to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy working with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There’s much more to come!
|The essential things you need to be compliant
|Your paperless expense and receipt processing system
|Supply of cloud accounting software - typically retails at €500 per annum
|Posting purchase invoices, expenses and cash transactions
|Preparation of year end/financial statements
|Your holistic cloud financial system
|Preparing final accounts
|Posting all business bank transactions
|Completing monthy VAT reconciliation
|Completion of VAT returns
|Precision accounting with accruals and prepayments
|Maintaining your fixed asset register
|Completing the quarterly sales and purchase ledger reconciliations
|Making adjustments for any foreign currency transactions
|Maximise your tax deductions*
|Management reporting annually
|Expense monitoring and advice
|Quarterly online ('virtual') business review meeting
|Preparing and filling corporation accounts
|Filling of 1 director of company
|Filling final accounts
|Completion of non-statutory final accounts
|Completing the monthly bank reconciliations
|8 - 10 pages
|6 - 8 pages
|1 - 3 pages
|Email and telephone support
*For most business we usually identify at least €500 of additional allowable business expenses that often lie unclaimed.
We named our packages after making good whiskey.
- Ageing refers to the process of a Whisky getting older
- But when we bring in maturing, we see the difference. Maturing is when a Whisky is actually changing and developing over time, rather than ageing, which is only getting older.
- When a Whisky is moved from its original cask into a second and sometimes third cask, this is called finishing.