Am I making a profit yet?

It’s the most basic question you can ask as a business owner. Am I making a loss or a profit? How much either way? Quickly followed up by: How can I change what I do, reduce costs increase profits, and keep my clients happy?

Your profit and loss statement is a business-critical document

Without one, you can’t be sure which parts of the business are operating at a profit, or a loss. You can’t accurately forecast cash flow or manage it efficiently.

We are highly experienced in preparing profit and loss statements and knowing how to get the best out of them. They give us valuable insights and data that we can use to add value to your business, at every stage.

There’s always a story behind the numbers

A profit and loss statement isn’t an end in itself. It should be the start of a conversation, and it should encourage questions. How can we improve? Where is the obvious place to start? How can we make things more efficient or more streamlined? As proactive accountants, we ask those questions, because we’re committed to helping your business succeed.

Why Pi?

Understanding your profit and loss statements should be as accessible and simple as possible.

It’s your bottom line, after all…

At Pi, we’re approachable, and refreshingly jargon-free. We’re formal when we need to be formal, such as with your shareholders, or HMRC. With everyone else, we’re just normal. We try to use clear, straightforward language, because accountancy is complex enough.

Got a query about Profit and Loss?

Get in touch with us on our contact us pages if you’d like to find out more about our Profit and Loss services. We understand that every situation is distinct, and by initiating this contact, you take the first step towards a more informed, effective, and successful journey.

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