Bookkeeping and Accounting experts
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Bookkeeping is more than just data entry. It’s the bread and butter of your business’s financial health and is vital in helping you make calculated business decisions.

Hassle free

Create your free account. Enter your details and upload your documents. All hassle free.

Fixed fee

Fixed fee of £279. Includes preparing and filing your company tax return. No added fees.

Simple process

It’s a simple online process. Fast, efficient and a team of accountants at hand to help.


Expert Bookkeeping team

Our bookkeeping and accounting experts are focused on helping you reach your goals. Get a direct line to your team on desktop or mobile – professional support is just a few swipes, taps, or clicks away.


Think ahead (way ahead)

Tidy books and financial statements provide the data you need to play the long game with your business.

With Accounts Geek on your side, it’s easy to make that data work for you. Monthly Income Statements can help you create a budget and boost profitability. Wondering where your money’s going? Top 10 Expense Reports let you spot trends in your spending and better control your cash flow.

Maximize revenue, know your strengths, plot a course for success: bookkeeping and reporting with Accounts Geek is everything you need to gain the upper hand.



Stick with what’s working

You didn’t become a small business owner to also moonlight as a monthly bookkeeper. Running a business while doing your own bookkeeping burn hours a day that could be better spent growing your bottom line.

Worse yet, there’s a good chance that DIY errors could cost you big come tax time.

A small business bookkeeping service like Accounts Geek can give you back hours a week. That means more time to focus on what matters to you, and way less time spent pulling your hair out fixing pesky DIY mistakes.



Get a clear view of your finances

If you’ve ever wanted to better understand your small business finances or apply for a loan, financial statements are a must.

Accounts Geek makes getting them simple. After we finish your monthly books, we deliver tidy financial statements. Simple Profit & Loss Reports, Top 10 Expense Reports, Income Statements, and Balance Sheets give you an at-a-glance view of your business’s health.

Know what your small business owes (accounts payable), what’s owed to you (accounts receivable), and the big story your accounts are trying to tell you. It’s the best way to get in the know—and in control—of your money.

We can manage and organize your company’s financial books so you don’t have to.

Our service includes reconciling your accounts, and producing key financial statements (like a profit and loss statement).

Bookkeeping is one of the most important processes your company will carry out, because all other processes depend on it, including VAT returns and annual accounts 

Most accountancy systems will only produce accurate accounts if there is a solid and reliable bookkeeping process underpinning them.

This is something you can do yourself, but outsourcing it will save you a vast amount of time. It also ensures items are accurate, while optimising your tax returns.

By doing your bookkeeping for you, we can maximise your tax relief, and make sure you avoid any fines for poor record-keeping.

If HMRC ever did inspect your accounts, you would then have carefully formulated records.

Having the two parties working closely together can bring real benefits. As your accountant, we can help you plan for the future by preparing the income statement and balance sheet and then filing tax returns, whilst the bookkeeper can keep track of the business on a smaller scale with a clear picture in their head of where the business should be going.
At Accounts Geek, we can offer an in-house bookkeeping service to oversee both of these roles.

Criteria for small companies

If your company meets two of the following conditions, it is considered as a small business: 

  • You have a turnover less than £10.2 million
  • You have up to £5.1 million on your balance sheet
  • You have less than 50 employees

As a small business, you can send Companies House abridged financial statements. In addition, a director’s report, a profit and loss account, and the option to audit or not are also available to small businesses.

Criteria for Micro-Entities

If your company meets two or more of the following conditions, you are defined as a micro-entity:

  • You have a turnover lower than £632,000
  • Your balance sheet shows a maximum of £316,000 or less
  • You have 10 employees or less

Being a micro-entity means you do not need to prepare complex accounts, and you can send more straightforward balance sheets to Companies House instead. The same exemptions offered to small companies are also given to micro-entities.


Get started with Accounts Geek

We don’t just provide bookkeeping services, we can help with preparing and filing your year-end statutory accounts, sole trader accounts, self assessment tax return, partnership tax return and much more .