Mrs Macs Books provides a completely confidential bookkeeping & payroll service to local businesses in Scotland and further afield. We offer a complete financial service, tailored to your needs, to small and medium sized businesses, sole traders, partnerships, limited companies, clubs and associations.

A bookkeeper can take the pressure off you by processing your financial data, leaving you more time to concentrate on managing your business and in turn enjoy your free time away from the office. We collect your accounts and paperwork at a time that suits you then deliver them processed and filed for your convenience. We also supply you with your financial data and a detailed list of your customers and suppliers with outstanding balances to date.

We also offer a mail service in which we open and sort your mail to the relevant department and for those businesses with even less time we offer a bank payment processing service where we pay your bills from your account on your authorisation and bank your takings at regular intervals.

If you prefer to have an accountant then we will provide them with the accounts, that we have produced, for their completion of your financial year returns.

We will liaise on a regular basis with your accountant to assist them in their computations.
Purchase Ledgers
Sales Ledgers
VAT Calculations & Returns (online filing included)
Trading, Profit & Loss Accounts
Balance Sheet
Bank Reconciliation
Petty Cash
Final Accounts ( Sole Traders, Partnerships, Small & Medium Businesses)
Draft Final Accounts (Limited Companies)
Payroll Administration (online filing, employee forms and year end returns included)
Wage Processing (weekly or monthly payslips and forms)

Mrs Macs Books is based in Tong, Isle of Lewis and has been established since 2005.

Originally starting out as a manual bookkeeping service the business has progressed through the years and is now fully established and able to offer a complete manual or computerised bookkeeping and payroll service.

We are fully qualified, insured and regulated by the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Institute of Certified Bookkeepers FICB PM Dip

Serviced Areas

  • Scotland, Nationwide

Contact Details

  Person Solena MacLeod
  City Stornoway
  Postcode HS2 0HS
  Address Kearnaval, 10 Tong
  Phone Number 018 5170 0193
  Mobile 07791124520

Business Representative

Solena MacLeod


Products & Services

We offer a complete bookkeeping & payroll service, providing final accounts and year end payroll forms and returns.

We will also file your self assessment tax return online and your payroll forms online if you do not wish to do this yourself.

Customer Testimonials

Ive had my books /accounts etc done here for a few years now... first class.. no hassle.. highly recommended.

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