20.1 C
Thursday, July 18, 2024

Accountants urge Lancashire businesses to get up to speed on bookkeeping at highly-praised seminar

A Preston-based accountancy firm is urging Lancashire businesses to get up to speed on bookkeeping

Rotherham Taylor Limited is inviting businesses to sign up to attend a free bookkeeping workshop, which will take place at the firm’s offices on Friday 10 February 2017 from 8.30am to 9.45am.

The seminar was previously delivered by the firm on Friday 2 December and received excellent feedback from those present, including:

“I thought you pitched the depth and the terminology at the right level and took account of the fact that there was an audience of mixed knowledge and experience.”


“It was really interesting and I gained knowledge of a few things I didn’t already know.”

The workshop on Friday 10 February promises to be highly rewarding for businesses looking to get up to speed with bookkeeping.

Rotherham Taylor Limited director, Rebecca Bradshaw, said: “We are delighted to be holding this workshop, which is part of our commitment to supporting the local business community here in Preston and Lancashire.

“The feedback that we have received from the first running of this seminar on 2 December shows that businesses really value our help with bookkeeping.”

“While bookkeeping can seem like an onerous task, with jargon and complex processes adding up to make for a stressful experience, our workshop is designed to make the process as straightforward and stress-free as possible.

“Places are limited, so I would encourage anyone who is interested in attending to book their place today.”

Places at the workshop can be booked by visiting www.rtaccountants.co.ukbusiness-bookkeeping-workshops/



Bin it and bag it: Jollyes launches nationwide free poo bag giveaway

Retailer Jollyes will open its next brand new store...

Benidorm’s Steve Pemberton raffles £30,000 of personal memorabilia for charity

Benidorm star Steve Pemberton has donated priceless memorabilia from...

Colne gears up to host major British cycling event

Some of the top riders in the country will...

Investigation launched following fatal fire in Blackpool

A joint investigation has been launched following a fatal...

Subscribe to our newsletter

Business Lancashire will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing.

Don't miss

Urgent callout made for foster carers across Lancashire

A new recruitment hub has been launched to recruit...

Thomas Kneale’s Brett Mendell awarded ‘Advocate of the Year’ award

Brett Mendell - the managing director at bedroom and...

Colne gears up to host major British cycling event

Some of the top riders in the country will...

Wimbledon 2024 final: Alcaraz through after win vs Medvedev

Holder Carlos Alcaraz held off world number five Daniil...

More News

Free travel for military personnel on Armed Forces Day

Free travel will be available on Stagecoach bus and tram services for military and ex-military personnel on Armed Forces Day. This Saturday is a chance...

Lancaster shop worker fined for selling vape to underage girl

A man working in a Lancaster vape shop has been fined £916 for selling a disposable flavoured vape to a teenager without asking for...

One in three businesses in Lancashire fail test knife purchases

Trading Standards revealed that one in three Lancashire businesses failed their test purchases for knife sales. Operation Sceptre, an operation focusing on knife crime, involved...