Our business services are the backbone of our accountancy and business advisory service offering. Using the latest accountancy software and practices to support businesses of all sizes, we service thousands of clients in the UK and internationally, across a number of sectors.
Our team take the time to gain a deep understanding of each client to build strong professional relationships which allow us to offer tailored business advice and services that help you achieve your goals.
Choose Duncan & Toplis as your trusted partner for professional business services.
By becoming an extension of your in-house team and working with you year-round, we keep on top of your accountancy and tax needs on a day-to-day basis, analysing trends within your business and future proofing every aspect of it.
Whether your business is a start-up or large multinational organisation, we are proud to offer business advisory services and strategic direction that maximise the success of your business.
All business types require annual accounts for various reporting requirements, and all limited companies and limited liability partnerships must prepare annual accounts to submit to HM Revenue & Customs and Companies House.
As one of the leading accountancy firms in the East Midlands, we pride ourselves on our proactive approach and that is why producing your annual accounts is about much more than making you compliant. We have experience in preparing accounts for sole traders, partnerships, and limited companies.
It’s essential that you have access to high quality accounting advice when you undertake difficult changes, adapt to demand, and are building an organisation that is future-proof and successful in the market.
Our advisory services are provided by accomplished accounting professionals who can provide support on a range of challenges, from reporting to compliance. Our extensive experience across a wide range of sectors and services, plus an in-depth knowledge of technical accounting practices, means your organisation is in safe hands when you need to make crucial decisions.
By revolutionising the operation of your finance function, we can transform your business to save you time and money and helping you to make better business decisions and drive profitability.
Digital bookkeeping is easier to manage and works intuitively with the systems you already use or may wish to use, such as client relationship and planning systems.
Whether you’re new to it or have already begun implementing the tools and processes you need, our dedicated cloud accounting and conversion team can help to make the process as seamless and stress free as possible - without interrupting the day to day running of your business.
Our full bookkeeping service uses the cloud to maintain all elements of your records which lightens your load as a business owner and gives you access to your financial information on the go, so you can check in on your business any time, from anywhere.
We offer a free consultation to help you decide which cloud software is best for you and can provide full training and support. We also provide on-going support from a qualified adviser who can offer up to date advice when you need it the most.
Management accounting provides a window into your business at any given point in time, but many business leaders simply don’t have the time to create and analyse reports despite their importance.
There are a number of situations that may arise and create the need for certain reports to be drawn up to share quality management information with managers at all levels. Our team can work with you to produce accounts and tailored reports in a suitable format for further analysis and decision making.
Accountants and auditors play an important role in ensuring businesses are compliant with the law, whether you’re a sole trader or a limited company, and our specialist team of advisers are committed to keeping ahead of the ever-changing regulations and legislation, advising our clients on all the decisions they make.
Legislation requires auditors to report clients to the appropriate authority in instances of corporate misconduct, which may result in fines or a prison sentence. So, it's essential that you’re fully aware of Company Law and consult an adviser to ensure all decisions are compliant.