Management accounts typically include a profit and loss account, balance sheet, cash flow statement and a short report. You can put the accounts together yourself, or more realistically, an accountant can do it for you.
Or even best, you could outsource it to experts who have enough experience to do the job error-free. Our team believes in providing you with regular reports so as to make sure you always have a tab of your managerial accounting.
The major scope of work of our team that handles management accounts includes:
Periodic balance sheet reporting
A balance sheet is a financial document that expresses a company's assets, liabilities and shareholders' equity at a specific point in time, and provides a basis for calculating the rates of return and evaluating its capital structure.
All the data pertaining to balance sheets is 100% computerised by our team. Moreover, we maintain every bit of privacy with respect to the data we own
Profit and Loss reporting
A performance report made especially to understand the profits and loss made by the company in a certain financial year is called a Profit and Loss report.
It requires your undivided attention, data and months and months of numerical records so as to compute the profits and losses made by that particular company in the said financial year.
Our team handles companies of all sizes when it comes to Profit and Loss reporting and provides with every minute detailing of the report.