Year end accounts

Published: 12 Oct 2011

 

Written by Ray Coman

 

The yearly financial statements of a business can have many uses. To benefit from the tax savings and legal protection of limited liability, a company (or LLP) is required to meet certain statutory requirements, which include filing accounts online with HMRC and Companies House. Partnerships and sole traders are only required to file a Tax Return although, along with companies, they may find it valuable to have accounts prepared for management accounting or financial accounting purposes.

 

 

 

 

 

In addition to satisfying legal requirements, accounts can be used to:

 

  • Prepare information for calculating business tax and producing Tax Returns.
  • Raise finance, by supporting requests for business loans and other investment
  • Assess the net value of the business at the year-end based on assets and liabilities.
  • Analyse the performance of your business, in comparison with preceding years.
  • Identify strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities

 

year end accountsWe use professional software to produce accounts to the standard format and file these online with Companies House and HMRC. Our systems are efficient with transferring relevant data from the accounts to the Tax Returns, for submission online to HMRC. We can also help you use your accounts to analyse trends and improve the financial position and performance of your business. We would be pleased to adapt the statutory accounts at your request to a report for financial accounting or management accounting purposes. We aim to prepare accounts which are well-presented and clear to follow.

 

Please contact us to discuss your needs and how we can assist.

Comments  

#2 Ray Coman, FCCA, CTA 2016-02-27 17:26
Dear Kevin,

This depends on what is involved. Coman & Co does not usually offer a bookkeeping service. A company secretarial and tax compliance service is approximately £500 per annum. An annual registered office facility, £50. Our director's payroll service is £90 per annum, and flat rate scheme VAT return assistance £160 per annum. For a director with salary and dividend only our fee is approximately £85. However fee can vary for personal tax compliance. The estimated fees quoted above are subject to VAT. A fee range between £500 to £1,200 is typical for a contractor style company. This estimate is indicative only, and based on clear presented accounts information, to 'trial balance.'
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#1 Kevin Whiteman 2016-02-24 16:59
Hi

I recently setup a limited company at the end of last year and I would like to get an idea of your fees for managing my tax affair.

regards

Kevin
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