We believe a great accountant will do more than just keep your books in order. From our base in Sutton Coldfield, we work with small businesses across the Midlands to ensure they make smarter decisions through a solid grip of their finances. We'll help you get control of your business using financial fact, not guesswork.
Top-performing companies thrive on accurate financial insight. As one of Xero's first UK partners, we live the 'Single Ledger' concept - where client and accountant work with a single source of real-time financials. So we spend less time number-crunching, more time giving great advice. We call it 'Informed Accounting'.
The team at Inform Accounting has provided valuable support as our strategic advisory partners. Planning our targets and reviewing performance has significantly helped the business run smarter and more efficiently.
Inform use modern technology to reduce workload and present data in a useable way - something that is refreshingly different to other practices.
An Accountant to me is more than one person, it's about the whole team who make the daily tasks of my business work. Inform Accountants help us keep on top of our payroll, HMRC interactions and compliance, as well as offer us fantastic support on Xero, which is vital to our business.
If you're looking for your next Accountant then this is the team you want to deal with.
We began working with Inform for strategic business advisory services. Since then, they have gone on to provide a fully outsourced accounting department for us, and helped us restructure and grow our business.
They have provided an invaluable service and are a pleasure to work with. I would highly recommend Inform for any growing business.
The Inform team has transformed our approach to accounting and management information within the business.
By implementing the latest software platforms, such as Xero, we now have real-time access to accurate cash flow and forecasting data, enabling the business to make better-informed and more agile decisions.
As the self-assessment deadline looms, it is not only necessary to consider what might be owing for 2017/18, but also whether any payments on account towards the 2017/18 liability need to be made.
The advent of Cloud technology has revolutionised numerous aspects of business, and the fields of accountancy and bookkeeping are no exception. But if your accountant has yet to embrace this digital boom, you might just be being sold short of the many benefits on offer.
Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) was the headline-grabbing measure in the Autumn Budget on 22 November 2017, with the announcement that first-time buyers will no longer have to pay SDLT on the first £300,000 when they buy their first home, as long as the purchase price does not exceed £500,000.