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A-Z accounting for architectural firms.
With keen understanding for the distinct issues that face Architecture businesses, It is essential to ensure that you remain focused on the business and your strategic objectives. MJ Kane aims to help businesses in this sector by providing services and guidance with tax efficiency in mind whilst ensuring that your business remains compliant when running at maximum efficiency.
We have a clear focus and bring decades of experience when it comes to the accounting for architectural businesses needs. This experience allows us to effectively advise clients within this sector.
Our accountants can assist with the preparation of company annual accounts and financial records and have this prepared at the end of the financial year. These include
With project accounting, each job is treated as though it is a separate business, with its own set of accounts. This enables architects to control costs per project and manage their time and other resources effectively.
This allows tighter control of the budget, and provides information to take remedial action if needed before costs spiral out of control.
Managing the project can be equated to managing a small business, and the architect as the director. Project accounting gives them all the tools they need to stay on top of their finances.
Our professional accountants will be a valuable resource in advising on the best way to manage the business’ finance. In the same way that an architect can do much more than just produce design drawings, our accountants can do far more than just create end of year reports.
It’s well worth drawing on their professional expertise to help optimise your financial management.
Our accountant can assisting with research and development claims and providing advice on how these can be maximised based on your activities.
Work-in-progress and cash flow management enables you and your business to have accurate financial information which can make better business decisions and ensuring cash is available for the needs of the business.