Understanding and managing your business
Here at Elta, business management is our core service. We believe the key to understanding and managing your business is reviewing and reacting to your financial performance on a regular and consistent basis.
It goes without saying that we take care of all your compliance requirements, but what we after goes far beyond this. We produce and deliver monthly management accounts within 15 days of receiving your input documents. This will allow you to understand where you are financially, what your profitability and cash flow is and what you need to do for continued and improved success.Setting up a new business?
Each month, we produce a full monthly report providing you with timely information, detailing the main costs to you pub. This is tailored especially for your business.
Our management information service keeps you aware of the key costs to your business, equipping you with a full account overview of everything you need to react quickly. Our team is always on hand if you have any questions.
- Full commentary with graphs and statistics detailing the important areas of running a pub
- GP% and comparison of current budgets with previous years
- Graph of wet and dry sales over the period
- Summary of the main areas of expenditure and how they are stacking up with the overall turnover of the business
- A chart so that the top 10 overheads can be seen
- Monthly graph of profit and loss
- Analysis of the balance sheet and how healthy the business is in regard to liquidity
- Key performance indicators with comparisions
- Wet and dry sales value and GP%
- Rent to turnover
- Retained profit for the period
- Average weekly turnover
- Current weekly breakeven turnover
- VAT outstanding
- Company tax outstanding
- Machine Games Duty (MGD) tax outstanding
- Trading and profit and loss account with comparisons
- Summary account with variance analysis and to turnover
- Detailed account with more in-depth variance analysisand to turnover
- Analysis of overheads
- Detailed analysis and breakdown of overheads with variance analysis and to turnover
- Balance sheet
- Notes to support