Four Elms Bookkeeping offers a range of bookkeeping services to small businesses including preparation of business accounts, VAT, self-assessment tax returns, payroll and financial analysis for management. The owner, Dr. Richard Waggett, has over fifteen years experience of financial work within a FTSE 250 technology company, including forecasting, budgeting, credit control, purchasing & preparing financial reports for management. He holds diplomas from the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers in computerised and manual bookkeeping, tax and payroll. Four Elms Bookkeeping is licensed and regulated by the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Institute of Certified Bookkeepers Registered Practice no. 11937

Serviced Areas

  • Yeovil, South Somerset, West Dorset

Contact Details

  City Yeovil
  Postcode BA21 5TR
  Address 4 Blacksmiths Row, Main Street, Mudford
  Phone Number 019 3585 0807

Products & Services

General Accounting

Routine updating of general ledger & personal ledger accounts including sales and purchase ledgers
Accounts preparation using both computerised and manual accounts systems
Bookkeeping to trial balance
Preparation of unaudited annual accounts in accordance with accounting standards to include profit and loss accounts and balance sheet (SoFP)
Where required, preparation of unaudited accounts in the format specified by Companies Act 2006
Preparation of Cash Flow statements
Computation of taxable profits from profit and loss account having regard to applicable capital allowances in force
Maintenance of fixed asset registers
Stock valuation
Credit control

From Our Website

Every business in the UK is required by law to "keep books". This means it must record its sales, purchases and expenses and then retain these records for up to six years after the end of the tax year. Records may be kept in a computer system or manually but the same legal requirements apply. These records are required in order to complete income tax, corporation tax and VAT returns, but they can benefit the business owner too by providing insights into the financial performance of the business.