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Accounting Policy Preparation Services 

Accounting policy preparation services involve creating and documenting a company's accounting policies and procedures in accordance with relevant accounting standards and regulations.

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The following are crucial steps to creating appropriate policies and procedures

Setting up a structure for writing

First off, our team decides how many parts or procedures there are overall, such as accounts payables, fixed assets, cash, and banking. Each policy and practise is given a special reference number for easy
identification and transparent

Provide clear and effectice writing

Several individuals with various levels of  education, experience, and interests read and apply the firm policies and procedures. Some of the users of these policies might not feel at ease with business-related  technical language. As a result, BnC offers you clear, colourful, and concise writing.

Check List and graphics

Information presented visually is always preferred because it has a more immediate and beneficial effect on the mind. They are simple to comprehend. and the information  is retained for longer. As a result, BnC plots the procedures as flow charts with respect to the policy reference point.Flow charts are located where they should be in manufacturing businesses' policies, which is in the appropriate area.

We will create custom templates suitable for your organisation

We recognise that each business has its own special arrangements and is distinct from others, thus our services are not intended for any particular type of business. As a result, the company's accounting policies and procedures will also vary depending on the business. With this in mind, we provide specially designed templates for documentation to make writing simple to grasp.

Including suitable internal controls

The establishment of an internal sound
control over the accounting practises of small businesses is, in our opinion, the ultimate goal of standardisation. As a result, when creating policies and

processes, the objective is kept in mind.

Certain information is necessary for the accounts department to operate more efficiently.

Accounting rules and procedures, for example, offer a sequential mapping of connected operations in addition to the necessary checklist that aids in the efficient operation of the accounts department.

If firm policies and procedures are properly implemented once, ongoing supervision is not necessary. The company will then operate efficiently even without direction. As an illustration, if you made it a policy not to accept post-dated checks, your staff wouldn't accept any of them—even when you weren't around.

Even though creating procedures and accounting standards for small businesses may seem laborious, it is worthwhile in the long run.

At BnC, we assist enterprises and manufacturing companies with accounting process analysis, best industry practices research, policy preparation, and procedure management.

Also, we help with job assignments to the optimum training team for the implementation of enhanced policies and procedures.

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