Today is a special day for two reasons; not only is it April Fool’s Day but it is also our 15th birthday! Here at 4M Accountancy, we are celebrating fifteen years of friendly accountancy services tailored to each client’s individual requirements. From the very beginning, our vision was to redefine accountancy solutions by eliminating clock-watching [...]
At 4M Accountancy we are pleased to be included on Handpicked Accountants - a specialist website dedicated to helping business owners and company directors find their perfect local accountant. Business owners can visit Handpicked Accountants, enter their postcode, and choose from a list of highly recommended local accountancy firms – each proven to have demonstrable [...]
4M Accountancy is a small friendly firm of accountants based in Wimbledon and Kent. We work with a range of small and medium sized businesses and are currently looking for an accountant to join our growing team, initially on a part time basis. Ideally, we are looking for someone based in Kent who could travel to [...]
Seeing as we have a brand new name, we thought it was as good a time as any to tell you the story behind our original name. Back in 2004, Tamara, Susy and Maurice decided to join together to set up a new style of accountancy practice with the emphasis on providing a comprehensive service [...]
Phishing scams are becoming increasingly more believable, this is an email we received at Network 4M supposedly from NEST. Please be aware that emails from agencies such as NEST and HMRC do not come with attachments from word, nor do they ask you to click on a link to access your account. If in doubt [...]
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Please note that our offices will be closed from Monday 24th December and reopening at on Wednesday 2nd January. If you need to contact us urgently through this period, please email [email protected] and we will respond to your message as soon as possible.
Every type of work or business has its own form of jargon. Accountancy is particularly bad in this area. A typical set of accounts will include expressions such as Gross Profit, depreciation, fixed assets, debtors, creditors, net assets etc. If you feel you do not understand what you are reading, it is not your fault. [...]