How we can help Accountants both large and small find new clients locally or nationally
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a world renown accountancy practice or a ‘one person band’ that is providing bookkeeping services – you’ll have one thing in common, you need clients.
Everyone in accountancy and bookkeeping wants clients – and the right kind of client. The way that financial details are recorded and held means that they are accessible from Companies House but generating prospect lists based on this information is not actually straightforward. Anyone who has tried this will tell you!
“DataGardener has done the hard work for you and put all that in one place”
“by giving you the ability to find new clients and look after them.“
We can help both.
Are you interested in single director IT companies located in the London area? Are you interested in companies who have been audited by a competitor that is due to file in six months? Are you looking for companies whose accounts would indicate that they are relevant to R&D Tax Credits?
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
Accounting Data means all the financial data including ledgers, journals, calculations and spreadsheets that support a financial statement.
Big data can help accountants understand the holistic view by predicting shifts in consumer behavior, identifying red flags for fraud and anticipate economic trends. When accountants can identify these risks, they are able to help clients mitigate risks and protect financial performance.
The process of bookkeeping involves four basic steps:
- Analysing financial transactions and assigning them to specific accounts.
- Writing original journal entries that credit and debit the appropriate accounts.
- Posting entries to ledger accounts.
- Adjusting entries at the end of each accounting period.