John M Shanahan & Co. provides a range of services to ensure your business stays on track.
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Accounts & Bookkeeping
If you are a limited company then you are required to prepare accounts that must be filed with Companies Office in a statutory format. We can help you by preparing your statutory accounts and filing them with Companies Office on your behalf.
Every business must plan ahead in order to ensure success, but it is too easy to succumb to the daily pressures of work and delay or ignore strategic planning. The result of poor planning is often rushed and misinformed decisions, over/under capacity, inefficiency and missed opportunities.
Most people who start up in business do so because they have a good business proposition, not because they are experts in the financial aspects of running a business. These factors can often be quite daunting to the entrepreneur and this is where we can help by evaluating your ideas and helping you develop them into a feasible business.
When running a business you cannot afford to use valuable time making sure you are complying with the Companies Acts. However you do need to be aware how this legislation affects your company and its directors. We can help by carrying out the company secretarial duties for you.
The most important part of our compliance services is the preparation of periodic management accounts. Monitoring and controlling the financial performance of your business is of paramount importance and regular management information is vital to the continued success of your business. We can either carry out this function for you or help you set-up internal systems to generate the information.
Running your own payroll can be time consuming and complicated, particularly with the ever increasing complexity of taxation and employment legislation. There is an increasing burden on business to comply with these issues and non-compliance can lead to substantial penalties.