Smart Bookkeeping Solutions
for Small Businesses
Bookkeeping and Payroll Services
We specialise in providing tailored support to sole traders, partnerships and small limited companies based in Exeter and East Devon.
From simple bookkeeping support on a monthly or quarterly basis, preparation of your self assessment tax return or start up advice and guidance; we ensure your business is Making Tax Digital compliant and ready to meet it's record keeping obligations from day one.
We also help small businesses with all areas of payroll and CIS requirements including registering with HMRC as an employer, paying employees and sub-contractors, employment status assessments (IR35) and full auto enrolment administration.
We offer a free initial consultation and always like to meet new clients in person so we can get to know more about you and your business and provide a support solution that is centred around your businesses individual needs.
For more information or a bespoke quotation, contact us on 01395 320316 or via our contact form.
Fully Qualified, Licensed and HMRC Approved.
ICB Certified Bookkeeper, CIPP Associate Member and HMRC Authorised Agent.
Cloud Software Solutions
We work with a number of software partners including QuickBooks, Xero, Sage and FreeAgent to provide the best cloud accounting solution to match your businesses needs, that is both HMRC compliant and ready for Making Tax Digital.
If you don't know where to turn for information we can assist, providing product demos and talking you through the various options available, undertaking software migration from your existing provider to a new cloud based system and
answering your general software queries.
Training and Support Services
If you are looking for some training so you can keep your own books, we can help.
As Quickbooks, Xero and Freeagent Certified Advisors we can walk you through your new software at a pace to suit you covering the basics from raising invoices, paying suppliers and reconciling the bank to more advanced report processing for year end preparation.
We offer unlimited telephone and email support, regular face-to-face meetings and sound business advice, providing you with the tools you really need to build your businesses success.
We Offer Competitive Pricing and Bespoke Quotations.
Contact Us on 01395 320316 to Discuss Your Businesses Individual Requirements.
Championing Small Businesses
Launched in April 2018, Exe Bookkeeping and Payroll Services was created with the specific goal of supporting Devon's small businesses.
Based in the coastal town of Exmouth and being Devon born and bred, we thrive on helping other local businesses stay on the right side of the compliance fence and with over ten years experience within such sectors as the retail, manufacturing and service industries,
we can help many types of businesses including contractors and private individuals.
Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) qualified and Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) affiliate members, we ensure our knowledge and understanding is of the highest quality and standard with continuing professional development central to our core ethos, allowing us to stay one step ahead of ever changing legislation.
We go the extra mile and help to support your business with more than just the numbers and do all we can to help you succeed. Our strong ethics and professionalism has been recognised through our ICB New Practice of the Year 2018 nomination, Exeter Living Awards 2019 New Business nomination, as a featured bookkeeper in accounting publication PQ Magazine and as an #ICB100Women.
Latest Blog Posts
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In addition to providing further guidance on the extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), the chancellor also announced a second round of support for the Self Employed under the Self
Rishi Sunak made a much anticipated announcement on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) on Friday (29th May), providing more information on how the newly extended scheme will operate and
HMRC's Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) has today gone live, weeks ahead of it's planned implementation date. The scheme provides much needed support for the self employed, with members
HMRC have announced they will be extending the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme until the end of October 2020. The announcement confirms the scheme will continue to be fully funded by the
HMRC announced the Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) on 26th March 2020 to support businesses affected by the Coronavirus. The scheme which was expected in June 20 was designed to
On Monday 4th May 20, a further financial initiative was launched by the government as part of it's continuing efforts to support small businesses through the Coronavirus crisis. The Bounce
As the Easter weekend approaches we'd like to advise that Exe Bookkeeping and Payroll Services will be closed from 5pm on Thursday 9th April 20, reopening at 9am on Tuesday
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Alongside our dedicated posts on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and the Self Employment Income Support Scheme we have collated a list of additional support for small businesses and
On Thursday 26th March 2020, the Self Employment Income Support Scheme was launched providing additional help for many freelancers, sole traders and workers in the 'gig' economy. The support has
On 20th March 2020, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). The CJR scheme has been introduced to support employers during the COVID-19 crisis, with
Following the latest government advice on Coronavirus we understand there may be concerns about the continuation of support we provide to many small businesses. We are currently in the process
Following the the chancellor's multi-billion pound budget, a number of positive announcements were made in an aim to support small businesses in the wake of COVID-19. We break down these
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With the new tax year on the horizon along with a new budget and the effects of Brexit, change is certainly afoot. Our latest blog aims to provide an overview
The Exe Bookkeeping and Payroll Services office will close on Tuesday 24th December 2019 at midday, reopening on Thursday 2nd January 2020. We would like to wish all clients past
It’s easy to forget with Christmas just around the corner and staff party planning in full swing, the winter season also signals the countdown to self-assessment. But it’s not just
Our offices will be closed on Monday 25th November and Tuesday 26th November 2019 as we attend the ICB #BookkeepersSummit to keep up to date with the latest industry updates.
"Few have heard of Fra Luca Pacioli, the inventor of double-entry bookkeeping; but he has probably had much more influence on human life than has Dante or Michelangelo"- Herbert J. Muller