Our expertise are in:
Audit
Tax
Advisory
Software

Trainings
Specialised and focused training programme for accountants, HR, risk managers and auditors.
Practical and hands- on trainnings we deliver to Clients.

Customer support
Highly professional support team dedicated to the queries and needs of our clients. Clients are supported via calls, email, chat or direct visit.

At PML we are passionate about earning your trust. We are accountable individually and as a team to deliver exceptional services and value in all our interactions. We are bound together by a shared commitment to quality, integrity and the creation of clarity in a highly regulatory and competitive environment

Our services covers:
Audit
Tax
Advisory
Software

We Implement and Support the following solutions.
SAGE Accounting Software
SAGE HR and Payroll Solutions
Laser Internal Audit Management System (LARS)
Laser Legal Compliance System (LLCS)
Laser Enterprise Risk Management System (LERMS)
Auditmate

We offer training’s on risk management, compliance, accounting, audit and HR.

We deliver practical and hands-on training’s to client

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Why Choose Us?

1. Software

Specialised software in the following areas
– Audit – Auditmate and Laser Audit Reporting Software
– Risk management – Laser Enterprise Risk Management Software
– Compliance – Laser Legal Compliance Management Software
– Accounting – SAGE 300, SAGE Evolution, SAGE One, SAGE Payroll and SAGE HR

2. Expertise

We have seasoned specialist who have been trained in their field, have done similar projects in similar industries, readily available and can deliver project at the highest standard. We have consistently deliver quality, which we do not compromise. We are multidisciplinary team of professionals with over 40 years cumulative experience acquired mainly from big accounting firm.

3. Training

Whether you’re in risk management, compliance, audit or tax, our trainings are redefining the way work gets done. Our instructor-led and on-demand trainings give you the skills needed to successfully perform your work. The best training is the one that is well customized to suit the Client’s need and deliver with practical illustrations and examples.

4. Testimonials

Anonymous- Member, Board of Audit Committee. AFRICAN ALLIANCE INSURANCE PLC

The training was very detailed and I gained alot from this training. The facilitator did justice to all the standards in terms of comparing IAS (IFRS) and SAS and all the questions was also answered.

Our Clients

Services and solutions in risk, compliance, audit and HR

Bookkeeping is an integral part of business management. Bookkeeping is the process of recording and maintaining financial transactions for your business, and it’s a great way to generate a detailed financial overview for your business whenever you need it. The discipline of bookkeeping accounts for a large proportion of the accounting process. By working with a bookkeeper every month, your finances are organized and ready to go for your accountant when it comes time to file your tax return in a timely manner. Simply put, a bookkeeper keeps the financial records of a company. These records are not only essential for the success of a business, but they are also required by law. Tax preparation is a key reason to maintain a detailed set of books. The tax man will not be satisfied with records that are not properly logged. Not having a company's books in order could be very detrimental to the company. Irregularities, embezzlement, and other forms of undisciplined and unprofessional acts could be done unnoticed. We are going to give you some reasons why it is essential that your business has a bookkeeper. 1) Bookkeeping is a very tedious process. Attempting it yourself could take from you valuable hours you could spend managing your business. A bookkeeper can spend a couple of hours a week keeping your paperwork up to date so you can relax or work more on your business. It is advisable to give the right task to the right person so that everybody would be happy. You have your books in order as a business owner, while the bookkeeper stays employed. 2) A bookkeeper does bookkeeping for a living. Not only would they spend less time doing the books than you would, they also know what they are doing since they are experts, therefore they will typically be more efficient and accurate in their work. Doing bookkeeping by yourself without knowing the key elements of the bookkeeping process can create some disastrous results. Those results may adversely affect your tax return. Not only that, but a subsequent FIRS audit may result in additional tax liabilities as well as open up other financial years for scrutiny. This is why you need a bookkeeping expert. 3) There is a legal requirement to have your business financial statements in order. If the state or federal government decide unexpectedly to undertake an audit on your business, it would be in your best interest to have your books up to date, giving them less time and less opportunity to snoop around in your affairs. 4) Having your books in order helps when you need to make a quick business decision that could affect you financially. When you’re able to clearly see how much revenue you generate every month, and exactly how you’re spending your money, it becomes obvious where potential problems and opportunities lie 5) With a bookkeeper working regularly on your financial transactions, they are more likely to notice emerging patterns and can bring important financial matters that you may have overlooked or not even noticed to your attention. 6) Well managed books will provide your Accountant with information to prepare the financial statements such as profit and loss, and a balance sheet on time They are also needed if you are applying for credit from financial institutions. 7) Keeping up to date with your paperwork avoids the risk of late payment of fees, penalties, and fines. 8) When you decide to sell your business, buyers will be able to see the true value of the business that you have worked so hard to develop by merely looking at your books. 9) You will be able to get up to date management reports. Some people run their business with little or no knowledge about the financial angle to it. They are operating, yet they have no idea if the business is operating at a profit or loss. They do not concern themselves with the day to day accounting, but rather get their financial figures from their accountant which is prepared annually. At this point, it may be very late in the day to make any change to save your business. A bookkeeper, however, can give you up to date figures; weekly, fortnightly, or monthly, depending on how often you need the records. This information could be critical to the success of your business. Regardless of the size of your company, good bookkeeping practices are essential to keeping your business running smoothly. Accurately kept books do more than making it easy to file your annual tax returns. A quick review of your books can show where you need to spend more or less money, who gives you the most business and who takes the longest to pay you, and how much you are spending compared to how much you’re making. At PML, we offer more than bespoke bookkeeping services to help small business grow. You don’t need an in-house bookkeeper. Talk to us today.