Bookkeeping for Self-Assessment
A necessity and legal requirement for every business, bookkeeping is vital to ensure that you are recording all your financial transactions accurately.
This free workshop will take you through step-by-step how to set up a simple and effective bookkeeping system so that you can keep control of your finances rather than your finances controlling you.
Having a clear understanding of your finances is a big advantage when applying for grants or loans, complying with future tax credit requirements as well as reducing the time it takes to prepare for end of year accounts (plus saving accountant fees if you use one).
You’ll learn how to accurately record your cash flow, keep on top of supplier payments, make sure your clients/customers pay on time, comply with HMRC and keep your bank manager happy.
To be eligible to attend this free workshop you need to be based in one of the following local council areas: East Devon, Mid Devon, West Devon, South Hams, Teignbridge or Exeter. If you are unsure, you can check by entering your postcode into the Government Council Checker. You can find further details about the eligibility criteria here.
To bring with you:
If you are currently trading you must bring with you a copy of your Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR) Number that you will have received when you registered with HMRC. We need this to show our funders that you are operating a real business so that we can provide the support at no cost to you.
There will also be some forms that you need to complete and bring along with you to the workshop. Full details will be sent out in your confirmation email.
For more information about where to find your UTR number and details of the forms you will need to complete and bring with you, please click here.
If you have any questions about the eligibility criteria or information you need to bring with you please call us on 01837 659 059 before making a booking to avoid disappointment on the day.
The Heart of the South West Growth Support Programme is receiving up to £904,945 of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The accountable body for this programme is Devon County Council.