EC Outsourcing is a team of highly skilled and experienced bookkeepers who work from our office in Wimborne and also at our clients’ premises. Our specialist bookkeeping team offers an affordable service overseeing the day to day accounting, payroll and personnel issues for small businesses. We are here to help you run your finance operation simply and smoothly.
EC Outsourcing is a division of England & Company. They are a firm of accountants, tax advisors and auditors based in Wimborne, Dorset. We operate quite independently from the main practice, however, we have the back up of our colleagues within England & Company should our clients need further guidance or advice from our specialist accountants and tax experts on FD or more complex issues.
With vast experience of working in industry as well as within an accountancy practice, we can act as your ‘accounts team’, providing a cost effective alternative to employing a full time accountant or bookkeeper. We will improve the quality of your accounts systems and record keeping, guiding your business to ensure it is run successfully and efficiently. Expertise in managements accounts, Quickbooks, xero, support and training are part of our service.
Whilst VAT is a simple tax, the complex legislation surrounding it means that the business always needs to be wary of pitfalls. When you outsource this to us, we will guide you through all aspects of VAT administration.
Running a payroll system and keeping up with ever changing legislation takes up valuable time. Our full payroll production service will keep you compliant and remove this burden. We can prepare weekly/monthly payroll and produce payslips, P45’s and P60’s. We are fully RTI compliant and ensure compliance with SMP, SSP and SPP. We can help you to deal with any simple HR queries.
This scheme is administrated by HMRC and it regulates payments from contractors to subcontractors in the building industry. All building contractors and subcontractors should register with the scheme. We can register you, verify ‘subbies’, submit your CIS returns and report any CIS suffered. This leaves you to do what you do best: building.