Why approach Wessex Commercial?
Many of our customers come to us when they need help:
- providing information required by their bank
- understanding their profitability and cash
- when they feel they need to change their business strategy
- when they need help with Xero.
After an initial conversation, we’ll meet up to talk more about what’s happening in your business right now and your plans for the future.
It’s also an opportunity for you to decide whether you like our approach and if our pricing is in the right ballpark. If we’re not for you we are always happy to introduce you to someone who can help.Let's talk packages
What do your packages include?
We’ll agree with you a range of services from the following examples.
- Set-up and training
- Quarterly or monthly management accounts
- Regular consultancy
- Budgets and cashflow
- Help with pricing and costing
- Minimal data entry
- Bank feeds
- Bookkeeping or bookkeeper training
- VAT, CIS, Payroll
- Ongoing support service
- Year-end accounts and tax returns
Sometimes (well, fairly often), we need to ‘tidy-up’ your existing records or accounts system before we get started.
We’ll always agree a fixed fee (payable by monthly direct debit), so that there are no unexpected bills from us.Let us know what you need
Do you need anything from us?
Yes! We certainly do.
Most importantly, we’ll need you to help make sure that we have all of the data we need. This includes sending bills and receipts through the Receipt Bank app. (It’s really easy – we’ll show you and your team how).
We’ll also agree the kinds of things that you will continue to do, such as raising sales invoices, carrying out credit control, submitting timesheets etc. However we can show you easier ways to do these tasks, such as setting up recurring invoices or copying an invoice from a quote, using product / service lists, automated overdue invoice reminders etc.
We’ll set up a Service Level Agreement with you so we are all clear about who does what.
Sometimes clients worry when they receive things like unexpected letters from HMRC. Simply forward them to our support email address and we’ll let you know what, if anything, you need to do.Get in touch