We’re a leading firm of chartered accountants & VAT/Tax advisers supporting entrepreneurs, high net worth individuals, family offices and growing businesses in UAE.
At Alya Auditors, we offer a number of in-house accounting services in Dubai, UAE so that you can focus on what you do best which is managing and building your business. This includes outsourced monthly bookkeeping services that are focused on providing accurate and up-to-date accounting records for medium to large businesses, ensuring that you avoid unnecessary penalties associated with non-compliance with UAE VAT Law.
In today’s business environment, it is integral for every business owner to not only keep track of their company’s financial standing at all times but also to understand what it means and how you can leverage this information to improve your business performance.
With years’ worth of accounting expertise, our experienced team understands the accounting processes and procedures and even more importantly, we know how to implement it to your advantage, thereby adding real value to your business operations.
By utilizing our outsourced bookkeeping services, you will not only reduce costs and minimize risk but also alleviate the administrative burden and free up valuable employee resources.
This comprises managing and maintaining the Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss, and Trial Balance for your company
We create the general ledger as well as maintain the listing of trade receivables and payables for your company
We make sure all your books are in place and ready every day, not just the end of the month
We show real-time balance and your day-to-day dynamics from all connected banks. Anything sold or bought today goes straight into the reports tomorrow.
Your accounts will be in-charge by our professional audit-trained accountants. We will produce audit-ready accounts with the necessary audit schedules.
Accountants must analyze each transaction to determine how it affects owner’s equity and the different types of assets and liabilities before recording the transaction.
Not recording something in the right place could significantly affect the financial statements for the business. That’s why it’s so important to record each and every business transaction that occurs in a business.
Posting refers to the process of transferring entries in the journal into the accounts in the ledger. Posting to the ledger is the classifying phase of accounting.
Financial statements are critical to your business. Without them, you wouldn’t be able to do things like plan expenses, secure loans, or sell your business.
A trial balance is a listing of the ledger accounts and their debit or credit balances to determine that debits equal credits in the recording process.
In accounting, account analysis is quite complex and involves an in-depth understanding of both the data and the company.