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Accounting & Book keeping

Accounting is the foundation of any business; our accountant is experienced and very much qualified to deal with your prerequisites. Bookkeeping is a craft of recording exchanges of money related nature on everyday premise on a sequential premise; each business must get ready and keep up an exceptional book of records, which is a prerequisite of law just as cutting edge need to conform to burden laws. The size of the business doesn't make a difference, and the legitimate compliances are appropriate in a similar way to all. The instalment of advance expenses, TDS and GST depends on the best possible bookkeeping of the business. Our administrations of redistributed accounting are one of a kind and planned in a manner so you get more opportunity to do your business and not the bookkeeping of the business you own. Our accountants are very much prepared and regulated by the all around experienced and proficient group with the goal that we convey you precise and charge productive representing your endeavour


Key Point on Accounting of Your Business



Place of Maintaining Account

Book of Account is to be maintained at Registered Office of the company or LLP. The board of directors may decide to keep and maintained the books of account at any other place in India. However, such a decision must be intimated to the ROC in Form No. AOC 5 within seven days. in case of LLP, the books must be maintained at the registered office of the LLP.

Finalisation of Accounts & Audit

At the end of the financial year, final accounts need to be prepared which results in the profit and loss account and the balance sheet for the fiscal year. The books of account need to signed by two director or designated partners. In case of companies the books must be audited by the statutory auditors of the company and in case of LLP audit is required when turnover crosses 40 Lac.



Documents Necessary for Accounting & Tax

  • Invoices/Bills raised during the month
  • Purchase Bills or Invoices of Services availed
  • Sale or Purchase Returns.
  • Debit and Credit Notes
  • Detailed Statement of all Bank Accounts.
  • Cash Book with vouchers and evidence.
  • Any other information of financial nature