Bookkeeping Services from AK and Co.


At AK & Co, we feel that bookkeeping is the starting point of proper understanding of your business and important tool in financial management. To us, it is not about someone doing it for you so you don’t have to. It is about someone taking the time consuming elements of bookkeeping and feeding you reports and information that allow you to run your business effectively and promptly.

Many people think that accurate record keeping is important because there is a legal obligation to do so; some people think it is important because they like to keep their paperwork neat and tidy. We agree, but we take it one stage further, record keeping and bookkeeping is important because with the right information in a timely manner you can spend your time doing the things that are important to running your business and making key decisions.

The key to good quality bookkeeping is presenting the information to you the client in a way that is easy to understand, and helps you to make informed decisions. These reports, often referred to as management accounts are vital to the smooth running and successful running of your business. When you measure the difference between businesses that are successful or not, it often comes down to the information the owners had to hand and how they understood it.

All we need to help you with this function in your business is the right paperwork as requested in a timely manner.

Although people will see the bookkeeping function as straightforward, and we don’t disagree, our service is designed to give you time back in your business. Our bookkeeping team will act as a part of your team but will ensure that the following are all kept correctly:

  • Sales Ledger
  • Purchase Ledger
  • Cash book
  • Petty Cash book
  • Fixed Asset Register

As long as these are kept properly and in a timely manner, then our services can also help you with:

  • Statements and credit control
  • VAT – Compliance and submission of returns
  • Providing regular management information
  • Bank account reconciliations