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Business Services

In the ever-changing business world, if you're looking for someone to help deal with the day to day complexities of administration and to minimise the distractions of red tape, Kench & Co Ltd is the right place to come. We can help you with:


The last thing you want in your business is to have valuable time and resources tied up with routine bookkeeping and accounting.

Audit and assurance services

We can prepare accounts and perform audits for all types of business including sole traders, partnerships, and limited liability companies, in any sector of the economy.


As accountants, our work normally starts from where the bookkeeper leaves off. Whether the bookkeeping is done on specialised software, such as Sage; on Excel spreadsheets.

Business planning

Everyone knows that a successful business must plan ahead, but all too often the pressures of keeping the business going on a daily basis mean that strategic planning is not given the attention it needs.

Business startup

Most people who start up in business do so because they have a good business proposition and the enterprise and commitment to see it through.

Company formations & secretarial

The last thing you need as a busy business owner is to use up valuable time and resources making sure you are complying with the Companies Act.

Corporation tax compliance

We can conduct a full tax review of your business and determine the most efficient tax structure for you.

Mergers & acquisitions

Sometimes the best way to improve your competitive position in the marketplace is through a merger or acquisition. Not only is this a complex and time consuming process.


Administering payroll is becoming increasingly burdensome for many businesses, taking more and more time and resources away from core business functions.

Profit forecasts & cash flows

Two essentials of running any business are ensuring that you make a profit and that you have sufficient cash to settle liabilities as they fall due. Unfortunately, the two do not necessarily follow.


Value added tax is one of the most complex and onerous tax regimes imposed on business - so complex that many businesses inadvertently overpay or underpay VAT.