Office Assistants' Service gets Cash rolling in for Small Businesses

Dagenham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 28, 2009 -- Keeping invoices going out and payments coming in is a vital part of running a successful business. But having the time to do these things and keep the cash flow balanced can be a real challenge.

Essex-based Office Assistants ([http://www.officeassistants.org.uk]) fully understands the challenges faced by smaller businesses, which is why they have put together a service specifically tailored to them.

Managing Director Lynn Watson has specialised in bookkeeping for small businesses for over 20 years. She says, “You won’t get paid unless your invoices and statements are going out on a regular basis. And sometimes you don’t get paid until your customers have had a bit of a nudge! That’s just what we are here to do; make sure money is requested in the first place, and if doesn’t come in on time, we issue a polite reminder. It just helps to keep things ticking over, and if your money is coming in, then you won’t have to worry as much about what is going out.”

The Office Assistants service includes:

• Issuing invoices on clients’ headed paper • Sending invoices by post, fax or e-mail • Recording incoming payments • Chasing late payments • Issuing and sending monthly statements • Running reports on debtors and working with clients to minimise debts

About Office Assistants

Office Assistants is a bookkeeping company certified by the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers. They offer small to medium businesses of all types the chance to cherry pick from a flexible range of services including bookkeeping; VAT; Payroll; CIS returns and general office services. The company has 20 years experience and pure expertise in streamlining systems and making substantial savings for all types of Essex and London businesses from sole traders upwards. For more information visit [http://www.officeassistants.org.uk]

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Press Release Submitted On: January 28, 2009 at 10:37 am
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