Accounting & Bookkeeping Services
Empowering sound decision-making through efficient financial management.
All companies registered in Malaysia must keep proper books of accounts as required by law. Good bookkeeping facilitates day-to-day account maintenance and auditing of financial statements for the submission of annual returns. We offer a comprehensive range of accounting and bookkeeping services by licensed professionals for new and existing companies.
SUPER SME PACKAGE
Monthly Accounting Services
Full Accounting, Tax, Audit, and Payroll Fee Packages
Plans that cater to businesses of all sizes – find your perfect fit here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Accounting services cover the range of functions needed to efficiently and transparently record and report a company's finances to statutory bodies and stakeholders. It includes but not limited to bookkeeping, statutory, internal and external audits, preparing tax returns, tracking assets, cash flow, expenses as well as revenues, assisting with payroll, producing financial records, preparing financial forecasts and budgets and providing consultation as and when needed.
While not mandatory, most business owners prefer to engage a third-party professional to handle their accounting work so that business owners can focus their attention on activities that directly generate revenue for their business. Keeping a good accounting practice helps business owners to make informed and data-driven decisions and can minimise unnecessary leakages and wastages.
Accounting refers to analysing, interpreting, classifying, summarising and reporting of financial data. Bookkeeping refers to comprehensive recording and safekeeping of financial data but it does not interpret or analyse such financial data.
No, they are different. Here are some key differences:
*accounting refers to the activities of maintaining and reporting of a company's financial records to provide a true and fair view of the financial statements; auditing refers to examination of such financial records prepared by the accounting process to verify its reliability, integrity and accuracy
*accounting is done on a regular basis (daily, monthly or quarterly); auditing is usually done annually
*accounting may be carried out by own employees or outsourced to a third-party accountant; auditing must be carried out by an independent body (e.g. audit firm) with no financial connection to the business that he is engaged to audit
All public and private limited companies in Malaysia are subject to a mandatory audit each year.
Sole proprietorships and partnerships are not subject to a mandatory audit, but if they deal with large amount of money, they are encouraged to do annual audit to maintain credibility.
We would only offer plan that is value for money for you.
*If you are a dormant company or your company does not have many transactions, you can subscribe to our one-off yearly accounting plan.
*If your company is very active in business and has high volume of transactions (for e.g. more than 50 transactions per month), then we would recommend you to subscribe to our monthly or quarterly accounting plan.
Accounting and bookkeeping services usually start from RM500 and may go up to RM 1,500 or RM 2,000 per month depending on the nature of business and volume of monthly transactions.
Yes, as part of our incorporation package, we offer a complimentary session on accounting consultation. Our accountant can walk you through the process and guide you accordingly.
Our chartered accountants are members of Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) who are legally qualified and well-trained to offer accounting services.
You must submit your company’s annual tax returns no later than eight (8) months past your company's financial year end. For e.g. if the financial year end falls on 31 December 2022, the filing period will be until 31 August 2023.
Basically, you just need to assist us on understanding your industry and business model at the beginning stage. After that you only need to compile all the relevant supporting documents, invoices and receipts and pass to us (whether in physical or electronic copy). We will take care of the rest.
Yes, you can keep using it and if you need us to prepare accounting report using your software, you must grant access for us.
Yes, we work with some of the best accounting software in the market that is customised for the Malaysian market and complied with the standards and regulations prescribed by law.
Ready To Outsource Your Accounting?
Fill in the form below and our expert support team will get in touch with you shortly.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a company secretary?
Why outsource company secretarial services?
Can I appoint another company secretary if I am not too happy with my current one?
Is company secretary a director of the company also?
What documents does a company secretary prepare?
Can I get all my professional services done by a company secretary?
Duties & Responsibilities
as a Company Secretary
Every company must appoint a company secretary under Malaysian law. But do you know what does a company secretary do? Let us tell you his/her duties and responsibilities:
1. Updating the company’s statutory information
- Removal of officers from office
- Disqualification from holding office
- Annual return
- Change of company name
- Adoption, alteration and revocation of constitution
- Issue, splitting, transfer of shares
- Any other changes that require notification with SSM
2. Reminding you on important dates
3. Handling company’s board, general and extraordinary general meetings
- Arranging and liaising with the chairman and/or managing director for agenda papers and items for the agenda
- Providing general advice on matters relating to company secretarial matters
- Booking and preparing the meeting room
- Attending and taking down minutes of the meeting
- Maintaining minute books
- Following up on decisions made
- Playing an advisory role to the chairman and the board of directors
- Lodging statutory returns as appropriate
- Certifying copies of minutes
- Ensuring that correct meeting procedures are followed
4. Compliance with company constitution
5. Maintaining share registration and safe custody of documents
6. Coordinating with shareholders
7. Advising corporate governance
8. Acting as an officer of the company and advisor to the Board
Ready to outsource your accounting?
Error: Contact form not found.