What is Taxation?

Taxation is the most important source of income for modern governments. Tax is a payment that is necessarily paid to the government according to the laws made by it. Every financial year, the company must:

  • Put together statutory accounts.
  • Send companies to house a confirmation statement(which was known as the annual return).
  • Send HMRC a company tax return.

Tax responsibility of the director of a limited company must fill in a self-assessment tax return every year and pay tax and National Insurance through the PAYE system if the company’ pays the salary. Taxation majorly includes :

Company Tax: Corporate tax is a tax on the taxable profit of limited companies and some organizations including clubs, societies, cooperatives, charities, and other unincorporated bodies.

Self Assessment Tax: Income tax is a tax on individual income. Not all income is taxable, you’re only taxed on taxable income above a certain level. Even then there other reliefs and allowances that can reduce Income Tax Bill.

Deadline Date

Every company has to file a copy financial statement every with companies house. In the copy of the financial statement every year with companies house. In the copy of a financial statement, different sizes of companies are required to show less information in the accounts in comparison to the larger ones. Small and medium-sized companies are allowed to file accounts with certain information omitted i.e. filing Abbreviated Accounts.

Deadline Dates which a company has to meet
Requirements by statute for companies Authority to whom file/pay Deadline Date
Need to file Abbreviated/Abridge Accounts Company House On or before 9 months after the year-end date
Need to pay corporation tax HMRC On or before 9 months and 1 day after the year-end date
Need to file company tax return i.e. CT600 [along with full accounts] HMRC On or before 12 months after the year-end date
If the company is preparing the first set of accounts after incorporation Company House 21 months after the date you registered with companies house (not exact 9 months from year end date)

There are statutory penalties  for the late or incorrect filing of company accounts at the company

Length of delay Penalty
Up to 1 month £ 150
1 month to 3 months £375
3 months to 6 months £750
More than 6 month £1,500

There are statutory penalties for the late or incorrect filing of company tax return (CT600) at HMRC:

Length of delay Penalty
1 day £ 100
3 months Another £100
6 months HMRC will estimate your CT liability and add a penalty of 10% to the unpaid tax
12 months Another 10% of any unpaid tax

The deadline date for filing the tax return for Sole Trader and Partnership Firms:

There is no requirement to file a tax return of sole trader business as it will consider as a part of the individual tax return so need to file an SA return. However, in the case of a partnership firm, need to file a tax return of a partnership firm as well as partners. To file a tax return of partnership firms, UTR No. needs to obtain from the HMRC.

There is a penalty if the company misses the deadline for submitting an SA tax return or paying your tax liability. You will get a penalty of £100 if the company’s tax return is up to 3 months late. The company will have to pay more it is later up to 3 months. It will be based on an estimation of tax that needs to be paid to HMRC.

Payments are collected by a central government agency called Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and local councils.

Benefits of outsourcing Taxation

The tax system in the United Kingdom is back-breaking, companies are looking for solutions that free up time and resources as well as exceed their current standards of quality. A superlative solution to this dilemma is by outsourcing taxation services.

  • Quick 24-48 hour turnaround for each tax return
  • Lower labor costs
  • Enabling accountants to expand their service offerings.
  • In-house, front-end teams by saves time and energy and can focus on building relationships
  • Enhance Date Security
  • Avoid penalties
  • Cost-effective
Software expertise

For scaling companies, bookkeeping is a low-margin and time-consuming activity. Outsourcing bookkeeping allows companies to offer it as an additional service which leads to increased revenue and deeper engagement with the clients.

AVI Accounting makes it easy for you; we will discuss your requirements providing the reports as per the format required. AVI Accounting has expertise in handling multiple sector clientele experienced working on multiple accounting software such as

Outsource to AVI Accounting

Outsourcing your accounting and bookkeeping to a dedicated and experienced team can be the best way to stay submissive through times of change. AVI Accounting helps your business to maintain its international momentum by offering the flexibility to scale up and to meet the company’s needs.

Year-end is usually the busiest period for accounting firms. It’s when the company amalgamates with clients, consolidate data, preparing reports, and ticking off statutory deadlines.

Many accounting firms for peace of mind prefer to outsource the work especially during the year-end which is managed quickly and easily.

What is the Year-End Accounting?

Year-End Account is a closing adjustment period for the companies which includes accounting for Financial/ Annual Accounts.

Financial/Annual Accounts means the accounts prepared at the end of the financial year; for the benefit of external users such as shareholders, employees, supplies, bankers, and authorities. Financial accounts normally include:

  • Directors Report.
  • Balance Sheet.
  • Profit and Loss.
  • Cash Flow Statement.

UK limited companies need to prepare year-end accounting which depicts a historical record of companies’ performance over a period, (usually one year) for example, if a company began on 26th October and the year-end date would be the 31st October then the financial year will run from 1st November to 31st October. Now the question is to whom and how to file year-end accounts?

A limited company needs to file certain documents to HMRC and Companies House.

What needs to be filed with HMRC?
  • CT600 – Company tax return
  • Company’s annual accounts
What needs to be filed with Companies House?
  • Annual accounts

Companies House recommends that companies should try to align the accounting period with the financial year which ends 31 March, then the filing deadline would be 31 December, or as mentioned below (within 9 months of year-end.)

Companies House and HMRC listed key timelines for year-end:

The procedure of outsourced year-end accounting

Benefits of outsourcing Year-End Accounts

Year-end accounting is an interruption to normal working life.

As the company scales up it’s necessary to shell out a large sum of money on infrastructure, technology, hiring, and training of the resources. Outsourcing is considered as one of the best options through which a company can make optimal utilization of resources by saving operating costs.

Outsourcing year-end statutory accounts will omit labor-intensive tasks and free up the company’s senior managers to focus on revenue-generating services.

  • Meet all requirements at one destination.
  • A tailor-made solution according to business needs.
  • Reports are delivered within stringent deadlines.
  • Can connect to software that the company is currently using.
  • The expertise of trained resources with domain experience.
  • Cost-effective rates.
  • Laboursaving with increased in-house efficiency.
How does outsourced Year-end accounting works?

Step 1:

Choose accounting models depending on company needs; we will incorporate contracts and work will start in the next 48 hours.

Step 2:

Our operational team will help you to set up integrations and connect all the financial accounts` and software that your company already uses.

Step 3:

The company no longer needs to worry about preparing the year-end reports, AVI Accounting sends your clean and accurate financial statements.

AVI Accounting is always available to support you and answer any questions the company may have, whether it’s about your monthly financial statements or anything else along the way.

Software expertise

For scaling companies, bookkeeping is a low-margin and time-consuming activity. Outsourcing bookkeeping allows companies to offer it as an additional service which leads to increased revenue and deeper engagement with the clients.

AVI Accounting makes it easy for you; we will discuss your requirements providing the reports as per the format required. AVI Accounting has expertise in handling multiple sector clientele experienced working on multiple accounting software such as

Outsource to AVI Accounting

Outsourcing your accounting and bookkeeping to a dedicated and experienced team can be the best way to stay submissive through times of change. AVI Accounting helps your business to maintain its international momentum by offering the flexibility to scale up and to meet the company’s needs.

WHAT WE WILL DO
  • Prepare detailed working papers
  • Detailed analysis of the current year
  • Prepare a detailed reconciliation of all balance sheet items
  • Provide detailed information on differences.
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
  • Access to bookkeeping software
  • Nominal Ledgers of the current year and last year
  • VAT returns
  • Payroll Reports
  • Bank and credit card statements
  • Invoices of Fixed assets booked during the year
  • Last year’s software back up or reports
WHAT YOU WILL HAVE
  • Final Accounts full report
  • Abbreviated report to submit in companies house
  • Checklist specially designed for final accounts.

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What is UK Payroll?

From an accounting perception, payroll refers to the amount paid to the employees for the services rendered by the company for a certain period. It involves the amount of all the financial records of salaries for an employee, bonuses, taxes as well as deductions. Setting up a business and running payroll in the UK mainly includes:

  • Pay as You Earn (PAYE)
  • Tax Rates
  • National Insurance
  • Auto Enrolment
  • Statutory Payments
  • Statutory Sick Pay
  • Statutory Maternity Pay, Paternity Pay
  • Year-End Reporting
What is Payroll Outsourcing

A smart tip for UK business owners who are trying to cut costs is outsourcing. Which will help companies to reduce outgoings. Payroll outsourcing is the process in which one company contracts an outsourcing firm to take care of the company’s payroll management needs. Outsourcing such tasks to experts will simplify the payroll process by allowing the business to focus on its revenue-generating activities.

Benefits of Outsourced Payroll?

Running an in-house payroll can be a challenge for companies. Outsourcing is one method to avoid hiring additional employees or contracting with advisors.

Companies get the following benefits by outsourcing payroll.

  • Maintain control over tasks assigned
  • Proficiency in working with Multi accounting software.
  • Enhanced accuracy.
  • Time-saving and cost-effective.
  • Escape reconciliation uncertainties.
  • Affirmation of the latest tax tables being used.
  • Avoid the hassle of handling payroll in-house and invest time in planning and strategizing for the future.
What is Included in Payroll Outsourcing?

The employee data includes job title, hire date, pay rate. As soon as the data is processed, the payment outstanding of each employee is calculated. The amount due is paid off by depositing it in the employees’ bank account. Payroll services include

  • Running payroll.
  • Making tax payments, and calculating payroll taxes.
  • Filing the required reports.
  • Regularly managing employee benefits.
  • Maintenance of social security and pension contributions.
  • Employee Salary Calculation.
How AVI Accounting service benefits?

Payroll service isn’t just about paying your employees, payroll outsourcing helps the company to focus on the primary objective, as the outsourcing company manage paperwork and keep track of payroll management. The company hires an external entity who expertise in Payroll Management which helps to:

Meet the targets

A trustworthy, reputable, and qualified outsourcing payroll team is critical as they maintain compliance, and submit critical documentation as per the deadlines given by the company ensuring payroll processes which are well managed and secured there’s less chance for any errors or suspicious activity to occur.

Boosts employee progression

Progression is vital for employees who are willing to stay with a company for the long term, by endorsing their current skillset and promoting them through compensated pay, company benefits, and monetary recognition will increase confidence among employees through which the company’s reputation is upheld.

Optimum use of resources

Managing employees’ pay is a time-consuming task, an appropriate selection of a partner in growth who can handle these time-consuming tasks with better use of resources which will result in time savings management, and reporting which will help the company to focus on the core activities.

Accessibility

We live in a digital world, providing digital avenues for employees with mobile app accessibility allows employees to easily access current and historical payslips in one place with mobile apps which minimizes the need for employees to go to their payroll team for information and filter through mounds of paperwork.

Software expertise

The right payroll software will make it easy to figure out calculations for tax, national insurance, and more with the press of a button, also companies can steer on the accuracy of payroll calculations and save hours of administrative time. AVI Accounting has expertise in handling multiple sector clientele experienced in working on multiple accounting software such as:

Outsource to AVI Accounting

Outsourcing your payroll administration to a dedicated and experienced team can be the best way to stay submissive through times of change. AVI Accounting helps your business to maintain its international momentum by offering the flexibility to scale up and to meet the company’s needs.

Avail free trial to know about the process, team knowledge, and software knowhow.

Many UK practices are finding themselves pushed to provide basic ongoing accounting services by keeping their operating costs to a minimum. Companies are looking for solutions that free up time and resources as well as exceed their current standards of quality. A superlative solution to this dilemma is by outsourcing bookkeeping services.

Initially, the advantages of outsourced bookkeeping far outweigh the drawbacks of having to maintain it in-house. Outsourcing ensures zero-employee related overheads such as;

  • No long-term sick leave
  • No paid leave/vacation
  • No insurance, pensions, and maternity cover
  • No training costs
What is Bookkeeping?

Bookkeeping is an important process of recording, analyzing, and interpreting the financial transactions of a company. Bookkeeping involves common financial transactions and extensive functions like recording receipts from customers and invoices from suppliers.

Every transaction, whether it is a sale or purchase it is to be recorded for ‘quality control’, which helps in storing and retrieving financial transactions from time to time.

When it a good time to outsource bookkeeping?
  • Beginning of the year
  • At the end of the month
  • At the end of a two-week notice
  • When you are paying too much for an in-house solution or you’re experiencing a lot of errors
  • When a company needs detailed financial reports without paying for an accountant
  • For making smarter and well-versed business decisions
Benefits of outsourcing bookkeeping

If a company uses outsourced bookkeeping, it will get a fresh set of eyes looking at the same books. Following are the benefits of outsourcing bookkeeping service:

  • Cost-saving accounting service
  • Eliminate the process of hiring
  • Support of bonafide financial experts
  • The expertise of working with multiple accounting software
  • Experience in handling multiple sector clientele.
  • Meeting compliance requirements
  • Data security
  • Real-time access to financial data
  • Focus on practice growth
  • Faster turn-around
How does outsourced bookkeeping works?

Step 1:
Choose accounting models depending on company needs; we will incorporate contract and work will start in the next 48 hours.

Step 2:
Our operational team will help you to set up integrations and connect all the financial accounts` and software that your company already uses.

Step 3:
The company no longer needs to worry about the bookkeeping; at the end of each month, AVI Accounting sends your clean and accurate financial statements.

AVI Accounting is always available to support you and answer any questions the company may have, whether it’s about your monthly financial statements or anything else along the way.

Software expertise

For scaling companies, bookkeeping is a low-margin and time-consuming activity. Outsourcing bookkeeping allows companies to offer it as an additional service which leads to increased revenue and deeper engagement with the clients.

AVI Accounting makes it easy for you; we will discuss your requirements providing the reports as per the format required. AVI Accounting has expertise in handling multiple sector clientele experienced working on multiple accounting software such as

Outsource to AVI Accounting

Outsourcing your accounting and bookkeeping to a dedicated and experienced team can be the best way to stay submissive through times of change.AVI Accounting helps your business to maintain its international momentum by offering the flexibility to scale up and to meet the company’s needs.

Avail free trial to know about the process, team knowledge, and software knowhow.

Not so long ago, businesses all over the globe had been left devastated by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Slowly and steadily as the global economy has opened up, remote working models have gained popularity across all segments. For small and medium businesses who cannot afford a long intermission, these models have turned into a life line.

The only way to stay competitive in the current scenario is to evolve, adapt and keep up with the changing business model. But it is one thing to say that your firm needs to adapt and evolve and another to find out how to put the same into practice. In this article, we’ll look at how outsourcing can actually be a strategic partnership instead of a one-off deal.

Outsourcing work overseas is hardly new. For years, manufacturers and businesses in production-type industries have traditionally explored outsourcing to curb expenditure. Now accountancy practices and other sector services companies are picking up on the trend.

The types of tasks that are best-outsourced can be easily identified if they meet these 3 criteria:

  • Where there is a necessity for exceedingly skilled resources that possess specific knowledge.
  • Where the tasks are performed at equal intervals of time and with utmost caution.
  • Where outsourcing costs way less than performing the service in house.

Benefits of Outsourcing

It doesn’t take a long time for any business owner to acknowledge the fact that accurate and up-to-date financial records can be a crucial element in the growth of their business. Irrespective of whether your business is large or small, assuring that all financial exchanges are recorded meticulously permits you to make the right decisions.

Additionally, your outsourced accountants could also provide a refreshing insight into how your accounting firm can thrive while simultaneously improving your processes.

Productivity, Flexibility & Consistency

Outsourced accounting enables you to get quality services within stipulated timelines, helping in more ways than one. As a client, you get the required services within set deadlines. As your outsourcing partner, we are equipped with dedicated resources to streamline specified accounting processes with faster turnaround time due to economies of scale and our expertise.

Cost Effective

Having an expert for specific functions at a reduced cost can be a critical success factor for a small to medium sized business. This eliminates the additional burden on any organisation that has in-house resources. Simultaneously, outsourcing improves the overall quality of work and allows business owners to focus dedicatedly on enhancing the overall productivity of the business.

Pool of Expertise

Businesses tend to take advantage of a pool of experts and a sustainable source of professionals. We induct exceptionally skilled individuals to ensure that the deliverables do not suffer, ensuring cohesion with our clients.

By making sure that your books are always up to date, payroll is completed on time, we also help minimise the risk of being subject to any penalties by the HMRC. Our clients can hence benefit from such expertise without incurring any additional cost of hiring.

Anytime, Anywhere access to Financial Data

We are associated with all major cloud-based accounting software’s like XERO, SAGE, IRIS, QuickBooks, Receipt Bank and Tax Calc etc. Cloud based applications allow you to access financial data on the go, providing you with up-to-date information at any time, from anywhere. With real time, accurate accounting records at your disposal, you have total clarity into the financial aspect of your business; allowing you to make more accurate and informed decisions.

Peace of Mind

Managing and operating a business is no small joke, you needn’t bother with the additional burden of thinking about whether your books are up to date or your bills have been paid on time. Our team will help you take care of everything, just like an extension of your business.

Data Protection & Security

We work on your dedicated servers, which makes it easy obtain and update information while keeping the control for the entire operation in your hands. This model provides our clients with improved security, usually with encryption, making sure that the data is only available to authorized people.

Our internal systems are managed and checked by our IT department consistently. Annual audits are undertaken to ensure that our quality checks and processes match industry standards.

Rest assured, your data is always in safe hands.

Outsourced Accounting vs. In-house Accounting

Outsourced Accounting In-house Accounting
Work is done by a dedicated resource at our location, helping reduce your overhead costs The resource works at your office, incurring extra costs in terms of overheads (light, heat etc.)
Uses your systems, software etc. through secured access. Resource uses your systems and software.
More Economical; We bear all the costs, manages resources and make it all available as per your requirements. Additional costs for recruitment, salary, overtime, bonuses, taxes, holidays etc.
Combined best practices of our outsourced team working on various practices and sectors within the industry. Skills, Knowledge & best practices of your accountancy firm only.
Staff is available as per your requirement. Staff is only available as per the office timings.
Our experienced and trained team is at your disposal from the start. We constantly conduct training and CPD sessions to keep our staff up to date with all the latest changes in the market. Hiring trainee accountants and train them accordingly.
Skilled accountant’s accessible with no long term commitment. Finding and recruiting accountants is a challenge. Additional issues pertaining to staff turnover could be a hassle as well.

When is it a Good time to start Outsourcing?

There really isn’t any bad time to consider outsourcing as an option. It can be a perfect solution for start-ups, small and mid-size businesses at any stage. No matter you have 3 employees or 300, your compliance requirements still remain the same.

The bottom line: the sooner you start, the sooner you’ll get ahead of the competition!

Learn more about how we can simplify your processes and give you the freedom to grow your business! AVI Accounting are experts at helping you meet staff limitations, upscale your business, decrease costs and let you focus on activities that add more value to your business.

Evaluate our Accounts Outsourcing services with a 5 hour free trial.

Your free trial includes:

  • 5 hours of accounting or bookkeeping work.
  • A trained and experienced resource as a single point of contact
  • Phone, Skype and email support.

Accounting today has become one of the most competitive industries to operate in, just a single client can be highly beneficial for business. It goes without saying that accounting firms who fail to make a name for themselves through dedicated marketing efforts will be losing out on a competitive advantage against firms who managed to do so.

Google is hot favourite for individuals as well as business owners when they turn to seek help regarding the same. Below are some of the most significant ways in which SEO derived traffic will directly result in growth for accounting firms.

Assurance: It is well known that people put a lot of trust on what appears on the internet when they search for a particular product or a service. Compared to clicking on an ad that was paid for, a user will implicitly have more trust on an accounting firm’s website which appeared on the top of the search results.

Credibility: There is little doubt that SEO can be seemingly complex to begin with, as it revolves around identifying relevant search keywords which work best for the business. For accountants who are open to increased business, it is a constant challenge to come up with relevant keywords which will attract visitors who are likely to be clients.

Economical: For all the marketing techniques available to accountants, a well formulated SEO will largely be justifiable financially. This holds true for both solo accountants as well as large scale accountant firms. Yes, staying at the top of the ranking, and getting the keywords will be an ongoing challenge, but even then SEO will still bring financially plausible long term results.

Boosting SEO Rankings for Accounting Websites

Thankfully for accountants who are not well-versed with intricate marketing technicalities and jargon it is relatively easy to use SEO in order to increase search results rankings and generate increased website traffic. Perhaps one of the reasons why it is considered one of the best marketing tools is because of its accessibility and flexibility.

Specific SEO techniques can be termed as having either an “On-page” or an “off-page” focus. Further on, On-page activities relate to targeting websites and pages and are focused on addressing issues like:

Keywords. Keywords are perhaps the most important aspects of effective SEO campaigns. While it is good to be not too tough about it, it is important to adjust keywords carefully in order to maintain the top spot for relevant search queries.

Content. Google stresses that websites which will publish relevant, high-quality content will always receive increased attention from search engine users. Accounting websites which provide relevant answers to common questions and formulate content accordingly will generate increased organic traffic as compared to websites who don’t do it.

Along with on-page work, SEO can also include off-page efforts which are as relevant if not more. A few methods that are prominently used to improve SEO efforts are as below.

Link Building. How Google works is, it recognizes genuine links to web pages as proof of promising websites. These accounting firms can reap huge benefits in terms of increased traffic and lead generation.

Directory listings, social media. It is crucial that the firm’s website is located at the right locations on the internet and will increase website credibility. One way to do it is through social media as it provides the firm with a huge audience base and innovative ways of communicating the business aims.

Why SEO, when clients are already coming through traditional way?

Accounting does not fall under the traditional business functions, it is highly complex and works differently as opposed to any other. Most accountants acquire clients through extensive networking. Identifying prospective clients and building networks which will keep on bringing additional leads to a firm. Clients pay a lot of attention to the firm’s reputation and word-of-mouth, so even before they have seen your advert or received the services brochure they already have an image of your firm in their minds.

As indicated earlier, accounting is severely based on networking and referrals, more and more accounting firms are exploring the online options to tap into new customer pools and markets. In a rapidly growing digital marketing landscape now is the right time to take your accounting firm online and to harness the power of the internet through SEO and related efforts.

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Social media is one of the fastest growing marketing channels in this highly digitized marketplace. There has been little skepticism around the idea of investing in digital marketing. Firms would only dive in when they observe guaranteed return on investment.

Accounting firms are as much a part of the booming growth and it goes without saying that like most other businesses, social media marketing can bring multiple benefits if executed well. This article sheds light on some of the methods on how an accounting firm can leverage the power of social media marketing in order to generate more revenue as well as gain a competitive edge against its competition. Social media is quite widespread, and can be utilised as per the firm’s needs and objectives. Some most visible benefits of having a social media marketing plan in place are discussed below:

Brand Visibility

In a business function where competition is fierce and never ending, branding is key. The kind of clients a firm will attract depends highly on the kind of brand image it maintains. Social media is often referred to as the best branding tool, because of the kind of audience it offers and most of it is free. While investing in social media marketing, it is very important to choose the right platform based on what your brand objectives are.

A well designed Facebook and Instagram page will help you put out the right kind of information in front of your clients. It is also a great way to reach out to new businesses who can then be turned into potential clients. One of the key benefits of marketing through social media is that it enables you to connect with clients in a casual setting where it is easier to communicate and put the right message across. Traditional marketing channels do maintain a specific tone which might often come across as to formal and might not work best at all times. Additionally, working with social media also provides the business with additional exposure, which can work in favour when hunting for new clients.

Reach and Engagement

Social media provides users with unparalleled reach, which is precisely why a large number of businesses have diverted their marketing efforts towards social media. With the right strategy in place, social media marketing can help your accounting firm reach a huge number of prospective clients. Moving on, social media has also become increasingly interactive. It acts as a platform for users and businesses to interact in multiple ways. A firm can make the most of social media channels by coming up with engaging content across all available channels. For example, by creating engaging posts on Facebook which people can learn from and share with their peers. This will enhance the digital reach of your business with minimum efforts.

Networking

Networking, the one reason for which social media is most used for. With social media marketing you can make the most of this opportunity. The best social media platform for accounting firms to efficiently build a strong network in LinkedIn. On LinkedIn you can build long standing relationships with respected peers, existing clients and also potential clients. In addition to that, as a accounting firm you can also publish business related articles on LinkedIn which will catch the eye of a potential client who is looking for the kind of services that your firm offers. In a business that depends largely on referrals and contacts, networking through social media is perhaps one of the most sure shot methods to attract new clients.

Client Sourcing and Acquisition

After all is said and done, the most important aspect for a business to invest in any kind of marketing activities is to attract new clients and to bring in more business in order to increase revenues. With the help of social media it can become quite simple for your firm to bring in new business. In order to do so, you will need strong social media channels across at least two or three platforms of your choice. Different social media platforms will allow you to post and share different kinds of content, for example, Instagram is well known for posting photographs and short videos. Facebook on the other hand allows you to share more than just photographs and videos.

In essence, these are some of the methods through which you can benefit from using social media marketing in order to maximise growth. If your firm is not making the most of this relatively free and highly useful resource, now is the right time to dive right in and start maximising your accounting firm’s revenues.

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