Who Are We?The business owners helpful hands
What do we do?
At The Bookkeeping Department, we help and support all types of businesses and their owners by enabling them to have their business finances under control.
Our clients tell us this that we give them peace of mind, help them manage their business effectively and free up their time so they can focus on developing or managing other aspects of their business.
Who do we work with?
Based in Hitchin in Hertfordshire, we work with small and medium sized businesses of all shapes and sizes located in Herts, Beds and much further beyond. With the use of cloud based technologies, location is no barrier to who we work with.
We help all clients from those who just want some help to do the bookkeeping themselves (but more effectively) or clients who want the full works with the Finance Department option where they can have bookkeeping, credit control, suppliers paid and financial administration all done for them.
We work with clients in all sectors e.g. leisure industry, engineering, media and marketing agencies, builders and trades and many more.
Who runs the Bookkeeping Department?
The Bookkeeping Department is owned by Alistair and Lynne Moffat who have a passion for working with and supporting other businesses. They come from a background of running a bookkeeping franchise for a number of years and they have plenty of bookkeeping expertise, lots of patience and a wide range of experience working with many different types of business.
Find out more about the people you will be working with.
If you need help with bookkeeping to give you more time or peace of mind, please contact us todayContact The Bookkeeping Department for an impartial chat about your requirements and a FREE consultation of your current and future requirements
THANK YOU so much for the Xero training today. You were wonderful hosts and the training you put together was just right.
It was easy to understand which is what we all needed.
You made understanding a new software so much easier than trying to do an online training course. Which as you know I’m not that good at. So thank you Lynne & Alistair much appreciated.