Rockford Associates is proud to confirm that it has secured a place on the new Crown Commercial Service framework agreement. .... Read More
Rockford Associates have been awarded the government-backed certification in September 2017, which we believe demonstrates our dedication to protecting our systems and data, reinforcing the commitment we have to our clients.... Read More
In September 2017, HMRC released a VAT brief as part of the Pennine Care NHS Trust VAT tribunal... Read More
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Rockford Associates are pleased to confirm they will be exhibiting at P4H 2017. 13th July 2017 - NEC Birmingham (Stand No.20)
www.p4health.co.uk P4H 2017
The Procurement Event for Health, is the UK's leading exhibition designed to promote and support the ongoing NHS efficiency objectives .
Rockford Associates recently held its annual recovery seminar at the Laura Ashley Hotel, The Manor - Elstree.
One topic on the agenda and a question often asked by clients before an Accounts Payable Audit is, do suppliers always return overpayments?.
"Does your business really need accounts payable audit software or recovery audit software?"
Good question says Ray Dorney Director - Rockford Associates Limited.
The complexity of today’s customized goods and services contracts makes it extremely difficult for suppliers to bill accurately and even more difficult for companies to verify the accuracy of billing prior to payment.
Rockford Associates Limited has today published its Post Audit Review (PAR) findings for its core Accounts Payable Audit service for period October 2014 to January 2016. Reviews are conducted Independently of the Audit Practitioner who delivered the works encouraging Clients to freely express their honest feedback and opinion. An important and common concern raised by Clients prior to every AP Recovery Audit is
Over the last 15 years, ‘Accounts Payable’ processing has changed beyond recognition, as have the departments. There are very few large organisations which rely solely on manual invoice input into separate company ledgers. Companies have streamlined their ‘Accounts Payable’ departments so that, more often than not, multiple ledgers are processed at the same location. Such ‘Shared Service Centres’ run sophisticated accounting ledgers with built-in or purchased duplicate invoice checking.