RMH Associates
Business & Accountancy Services

Business Management

For many businesses the only benefit they get from their accountant
is the submission of accurate reports to Companies House and HMRC.
However your need for financial control is unlikely to be an annual event.

We can help you

  • add value to your business
  • give you financial control
  • enable you to drive your business to its full potential.

We can do this by providing

Meaningful Management Accounts and Reports

  • from the accurate timely books we prepare for you, or
  • from the books and records you produce yourselves.

We can meet with you on a regular basis

  • to help you interpret the results and
  • take appropriate and timely action to move forward.

By having your books, management accounts and financial accounts prepared by us, we can help you avoid extra charges to redo work you have already paid a bookkeeper or management accountant to do.

Without any need for rework, we will finalise your year-end accounts and tax without wasted time, effort or cost.

Whether you are a sole trader, partnership, or limited company, you can be confident you will not be incurring unnecessary costs.

Financial forecasting & business plans

Every business should plan ahead
but daily pressures often conspire
to delay the strategic planning process.

We can help you

with this crucial part of your business
and will ensure your financial forecasts and business plans
are both meaningful and robust.

  • Cashflow Forecasting – We can assist you to forecast money coming in and going out and the balance on your bank account. Help you to monitor actual results against those forecast to analyse what is required to keep your business on track.
  • Profit Forecasting – We can help you to set a clear profit target and to carefully monitor your progress, to analyse variances and take timely and decisive action, to revise forecasts and drive your business forward.
  • Business Plan - It is essential to have a realistic, working business plan when you're starting up a business. If you are already in business but have not got a business plan it is never to late. A business plan is a written document that describes a business, its objectives, its strategies, the market it is in and its financial forecasts. It has many functions, from securing external funding to measuring success within your business.