Accounts - MHK Accountants
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Every business owner needs a team of professionals in the background who provide continuous support and advice. That’s what we are here to do. Through years of commitment to our business clients, we have developed a wide range of skills and services designed to improve business performance and profitability.


We work with a number of clients, from sole practitioners to large enterprises, and give them the technical insight and commercial wisdom to help them manage the financial aspects of their business. Our partners, directors and managers are experienced in a range of sectors, meaning we can offer you specific advice that is relevant to your needs.


Our staff are trained in a number of financial software packages and we have a specialist team who can provide training and answer any questions when required. Accounts preparation is a core part of our business and we pride ourselves on being able to meet your needs promptly and efficiently.


We can relieve you and your staff of an enormous burden by taking care of all your bookkeeping and accounting needs, including the preparation of your annual accounts. Our first step is to work with you so we can gain a full understanding of your business. We then tailor our approach to your requirements so we can provide exactly the service you need.


But perhaps the most important part of this service is the preparation of management accounts. These are vital to the continued success of your business. We discuss your requirements with you and provide you with tailored information and constructive advice on a regular basis.

Our services include:

  • management accounts, monthly or quarterly.
  • statutory accounts and (where necessary) annual Audit to comply with Companies Act requirements.
  • consolidated accounts for groups of companies.
  • accounts for partnerships and sole traders.
  • budgets and cash flow forecasts.