Thursday, 30 April 2009

Innova Design & Build are SiteWeave Number 1 Site

Each month SiteWeave highlights one of their web sites which can be found on Page 1 of Google when searched for using five different search terms. The site of the month for May 2009 is Innova Design & Build, based in Emsworth, Hampshire.

Innova supply customers throughout the UK with machined parts, ranging from single prototypes to medium volume production using materials varying from aluminium and plastics to stainless steel and titanium.

By using the latest CAD/CAM techniques they have the capability to machine components at an affordable price. Components can be supplied with a wide range of finishes and coatings and provided in part or fully assembled condition.

The Innova web site is another SiteWeave Send and Go site - one of many sites built around the Send and Go concept - clients Send their text and images to SiteWeave who then get it ready to Go - often in a matter of a few weeks.

SiteWeave Launch Property Maintenance web site

If you live in the Dundee area and need some help in the garden, in the house or in a caravan, then call on the services of your local handyman: Tay View Property Maintenance.

They specialise in undertaking all the jobs that you can't do or just don't have time to do:
  • Plumbing Services
  • Electrical Fitting and Testing
  • Handyman Hanging and Fitting
  • Assembling and Fixing
  • Painting and Decorating
  • Gardening and Garden Maintenance
  • Unblocking Drains
  • Fencing and Shed Repairs and Painting
Visit the Tay View Property Maintenance web site and Contact Ewen The Tay View Property Management web site is another SiteWeave Send and Go web site - created and uploaded within three weeks of the initial enquiry.

Tuesday, 14 April 2009

The Importance of Bookkeeping in a Business

By Alan Butler

If you run your own business, no matter what size, bookkeeping is a legal requirement by H M Revenue and Customs.

Basic records you must keep

Your basic records will normally include:
  • a record of all your sales, with copies of any invoices you've issued
  • a record of all your business purchases and expenses
  • invoices for all your business purchases and expenses
  • details of any amounts you personally pay into or take from the business
  • copies of business bank statements
You or your accountant will use these records to create a profit and loss account - which shows the sales income you've received and the expenses you've paid, and what profit/ loss you've actually made. Your tax liability will be based on this.

Other records you must keep

All businesses are different and there are many specific types of detailed records that may need to be kept. Some examples of records you should keep include:
  • cash book
  • petty cash book
  • order notes and invoices
  • copy sales invoices
  • details of any other business income received
  • details of any private money brought into the business
  • till rolls or other form of electronic record of sales
  • details of any other income
  • any cash taken out of the till to pay small business expenses
  • bills and invoices for purchases and expenses
  • a record of stock on hand at the end of the year
  • all bank and building society statements, pass books, cheque stubs and paying-in slips which include details of business transactions
If you do not keep accurate and complete records you may end up paying more tax than is due because of lack of evidence of tax deductible expenditure or/and inaccurate sales records causing H M Revenue and Customs to assess your expected sales . If you pay an accountant to prepare your accounts they will charge you based on how long it will take them. If your records are more accurate this will reduce the time taken and therefore reduce the amount they charge.

The above reasons are sufficient to ensure you keep good books and records but the most important reason is to ensure you have control over your business and that you can assess its profitability and the cash flow situation therefore ensuring you are aware of any potential problems as soon as possible and can make business decisions with all available information at hand.

Alan Butler is a director of A Butler and Company, chartered certified accountants, based in Derby, providing a personalised service to local business owners and individuals.

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Wednesday, 1 April 2009

Easy Alarms is the SiteWeave Google Page 1 site for April

Easy Alarms supply burglar alarms and other home alarms that you can fit in your house, garage, garden shed, boat or caravan. All these Home Alarms come with a full 12 month warranty and Support Line.

You can have peace of mind of knowing that your property and possessions are protected with an Easy Alarms Burglar Alarms.

The Easy Alarms web site was written and promoted by SiteWeave Internet Service LLP and is now updated in-house by Easy Alarms.