The Book Monitor is a trustworthy & friendly accountancy firm based in Hertfordshire


This year The Book Monitor is celebrating it's 11th anniversary!


The Book Monitor is a small, friendly accountancy practice, based in Knebworth, Hertfordshire, which started in March 2008.  We provide a full range of accountancy help and services to SME's (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) and people who need to complete a self-assessment tax return, such as those that are self-employed, are directors of their own company or are higher rate tax payers.  


Maintaining detailed and accurate accounting records can be time consuming, confusing and is often considered to be a chore, but is essential to any business - whether you're big, small or self-employed.  If you're struggling with your bookkeeping or having difficulty finding the time to put together your tax return then The Book Monitor can help you.  Even if you only need occasional help or advice with your accounts, using the accountancy services of The Book Monitor can enable you to free up your time, remove the hassle and stress involved in ensuring your accounts are correct and allow you to get on with running your business - which means you can relax and feel confident nothing has been missed out, you're claiming back everything you can and you aren't paying more tax than you should be.



Services offered by The Book Monitor are:



Bookkeeping & Accounts


Management Accounts


Budgeting & Forecasting

Tax Returns - personal and corporation

Making Tax Digital (MTD)

Independent Examination of Charity Accounts

Computerised Accounts

Company Secretarial Services


Contact us today!

If you would like more information or wish to make an appointment, please contact us:


Phone: 07795 832597



or use the Contact Us page.

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The Book Monitor Ltd is registered in England & Wales, company registration number 8478229. Licensed and regulated by the Association of Accounting Technicians to provide services in accordance with licence no. 4636. © The Book Monitor Ltd 2019.