Footprints Accountancy Workshop - Basic Bookkeeping

13th March 2014

This will be taught in a clear, easy to understand style, where you will feel comfortable in asking any questions.

Ensuring that you leave us with the confidence to move forward within your business. Benefits of the workshop A day to spend time on your business rather than in it. Where we will look at the key financial decisions you need to make and continue to review. This will ensure that you have further control and understanding of your business. Ultimately this will improve profit margins and reduce your risk. The workshop will include: Basic cashbook Supplier ledger Customer ledger General ledger Trial Balance Bank reconcilliation   Speaker Profile The course will be delivered by Lorna Moxey, Accountant at Footprints Accountancy. Lorna has 20 years experience (She's very old!!!) working in accountancy and supporting small and medium sized business. She will unravel the fog and lift the secrecy on bookkeeping and accounts. She will show you what's relevant, what you need to you and why. This should reduce your accountancy bills, make you appear more professional to the outside world and keep you on track so that you are actually looking out how your business is performing, rather then waiting until the year end is complete. It might sound heavy, and it is a serious topic, but in Footprints trademark entertaining as well as capable hands, she will help make bookkeeping light hearted and dare we say it, fun. E-mail us at to book. Looking forward to seeing some new faces! £60.00 + VAT £12.00

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