10 Hours Free Bookkeeping
We are offering local businesses and sole traders 10 hours of free bookkeeping services to help relieve some of the financial burden businesses face in the coming week as a result of coronavirus.
Being a small local business ourselves we know how difficult the coming weeks could be for small businesses and sole traders. With a downturn in business across almost every industry sector, every penny saved will matter to a small business. Thats why we are offering 10 hours of free bookkeeping to local businesses with the hope that we can focus on their accounts so businesses owners can focus on their business and its customers.
How do I get the free bookkeeping?
This offer is available to new and existing clients alike. We want to help support local businesses and the community.
Our offer of 10 hours free bookkeeping services is equivalent to £160. When you agree for us to undertake your bookkeeping we will credit your account with £160 so you can use the hours as you need. This could be all at once or if you prefer, spread them over a few weeks.
The legal bit
As with any offer there are terms and conditions associated. We want to keep this as simple as possible not to detract from the genuine offer of free bookkeeping.
- The maximum number of hours free is 10 hours.
- The work completed within these free hours is for bookkeeping services only which includes invoice and bill entry, matching transaction with the bank account, sales ledger reconciliation and purchase ledger reconciliation, cash book management, accounts will be managed up to trial balance.
- The 10 hours is applied via the form of a credit of a maximum £160.00 gross.
- A customer accepting the offer agrees to form a contract for a period of no less than one years service with us for at least the bookkeeping aspect of the business.
- A customer will be billed £16 per hour thereafter when the free hours have been used.
- Thomas & Bell reserve the right to withdraw the offer without notice
- The offer is subject to the business meeting Thomas & Bell acceptance criteria as a client and a contract being signed by both parties.