We help dynamic companies navigate complexity and grow with insightful, practical tax advice. In addition to tax professionals in India we serve other countries also.
We help our clients manage a wide range of domestic and global income and non-income tax compliance burdens as well as analyze and take advantage of appropriate planning.
We have processed Following Tax returns for UK, Ireland & US and many other countries:
Personal tax returns
Corporate tax returns
Partnership tax returns
Trust/Society Tax returns
Non-resident tax returns
VAT/Sales Tax returns
We at Vian Outsourced Accounting Services accepts outsourcing taxation services from UK and Ireland.
We prepare management accounts and offer a budget forecast reporting service for SME’s in UK, Ireland & US. If you need a ‘one-off’ set of management accounts – because you want to take out a mortgage or a loan, or if you’re looking to sell your business, for example – we’ll prepare these for you.
And if you need management accounts on a monthly, quarterly or six-monthly basis, we can prepare these for you, too.
In virtually every decision we make, executives today consider some kind of forecast. Sound predictions of demands and trends are no longer luxury items, but a necessity.
Enterprises are seeking accurate forecasting of demand to stay ahead of the competition and also to increase their top lines and bottom lines. With shrinking lead times, enterprises need to not only control supply chain costs but also manage their inventories better and respond to global supply needs at increased speed and accuracy.
Our purpose here is to present an overview of this field by discussing the way a company ought to approach a forecasting problem, describing the methods available, and explaining how to match method to a problem. We shall illustrate the use of the various techniques from our experience with them at Corning, and then close with our own forecast for the future of forecasting. We at Vian Outsourced Accounting Services accepts outsourcing forecasting services from UK and Ireland.
“Cash flow” is a financial statement that shows how changes in balance sheet accounts and income affect cash and cash equivalents, and breaks the analysis down to operating, investing and financing activities. It is one of the most vital elements in the survival of a business. It can be positive, or negative, which is obviously a most undesirable situation. Funds are not only generated internally; they may be externally generated
The aim of a cash flow statement should be to assist users:
to assess the company’s ability to generate positive cash flows in the future
to assess its ability to meet its obligations to service loans, pay dividends etc
to assess the reasons for differences between reported and related cash flows
to assess the effect on its finances of major transactions in the year.