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Our Services

Having over 40 years professional experience within the Hotel and Catering Industry, has allowed us to accumulate an extensive knowledge of all aspects of the trade.


Our Auditing and Consultancy Services include:

  • Physical stocktaking (food, beverage & general retail)
  • Food & Beverage Trading reports
  • Comprehensive till analysis; highlighting stock discrepancies
  • Quantitative Stock Valuations, including End of Year and Handover Valuations.
  • Menu Costing
  • V.A.T processing
  • Management advisory service for various businesses within the trade.
  • Bound and itemised inventories

Why Choose us?

There are many benefits of using Stocktaking.comĀ (Computer Accounting Bureau). We are independent non-biased stocktakers, and our auditors are fully trained in all aspects of stocktaking and auditing up to I.L.T.S standards. Our reports show the facts – irrespective of the answer. We offer a consultancy service, in which we maintain excellent working relationships with our clients.


We are one of the longest established auditing companies in the UK and Ireland and have trained many other auditing companies and their staff, so you can take comfort in knowing that we know exactly what we are doing and how best to advise you on our findings.


We have been successfully providing stocktaking and stock consultancy services to the hotel and catering industries for many years.



We offer various services and packages as part of our stocktaking and consultancy services which could include;


1) A fully quantified stock holding report.
A summary of suppliers in any one period and a detailed report showing each individual purchase or credit.
A transfer report which shows records of any stock either in or out of loan.
A till to actual sales reconciliation report; this analysis identifies stock variances which can then be reported to the client.
5) A general audit summary which gives you an overall view of your audit in layman’s terms.