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Need help with your day to day book keeping?

Starting up and running a business is more than a full time occupation and setting aside time to keep up to date with book keeping and accounting responsibilities can be difficult.

Glasgow Based Chartered Accounts defacto fd can assist with your book keeping and accountancy needs - Giving you back time to allow you to work on your business. .

Defacto fd Book keeping services can provide:

  • Invoicing of Customers
  • Credit Control
  • Process Accounts Payable
  • Process Accounts receivable
  • Report on creditors
  • Bank Reconciliations
  • Payroll Processing
  • Processing of employee expenses
  • Preparation of VAT Returns.

We can work with your existing system or you can view your accounts through our own online accounting system


  • Peace of mind that your book keeping is being taken care of
  • Regular management reports keeping you up to date with your income, expenditure and profits
  • Regular updates on amounts due from customers and due to suppliers.

Use the book keeping and accountancy service as part of our All Inclusive product or contact us to obtain a fixed fee quote for use as a stand alone product.

Prices start from £25 per month. You only pay for the level of services you use.

Call us on 0141 404 3484 or email to arrange a free meeting to assess your businesses individual needs.

Top 5 reasons to choose defacto-fd Chartered Accountants

Reason number 1 to choose defacto-fd Chartered Accountants

advice given to you in simple terms

Reason number 2 to choose defacto-fd Chartered Accountants

free access to simple, time saving, accounts system

Reason number 3 to choose defacto-fd Chartered Accountants

a choice of payment methods to ease your cash flow

Reason number 4 to choose defacto-fd Chartered Accountants

more time to focus on your business

Reason number 5 to choose defacto-fd Chartered Accountants

advance notice of deadlines, so you avoid penalties

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