Below are some of our Accountancy services
Sole Trader Accounts: As a sole trader you are liable to pay income tax and National Insurance (NI) contributions as a self-employed person. You are required to complete a tax return each year containing the details of your business’s income and expenditure. This must be completed by the 31st January submission deadline of the relevant tax year.
All sole trader clients, contractors, freelancers and other small business owners can relax knowing their annual self-assessment tax return will be written up as part of our service.
Partner Accounts: We will act for your business partnership and ensure you are compliant with your accounts and tax returns.
In a partnership, you and your partner (or partners) personally share responsibility for your business. We will prepare the partnership year end documents (SA800), providing you with statutory accounts and all tax returns (SA100) so you don’t have to worry about staying compliant. We will let you know what tax and National Insurance is due and when/how to pay.
Limited Company Accounts: We have a dedicated team of Limited Company accountants that deliver expert financial advice and support to all contractors and freelancers working through a Limited Company.
Being a Limited Company certainly has its benefits and rewards and can legitimately reduce the amount of tax you pay.
We cover everything from the expenses you can offset against Corporation Tax to declaring dividends, and all aspects of running a Limited Company
Bookkeeping: Our bookkeeping services for all types of businesses. You can rely on us for full-service online bookkeeping support, regardless of whether you are a sole trader, an SME, an overseas company, or a large corporation.
Company Secretarial: A way to save your company the expense of employing a full-time company secretary or officer location to fulfil your company’s compliance regulations. Even though the Companies Act (2006) does not require a private limited company to appoint a company secretary, section 270 of the Act says that in the absence of an appointed company secretary the important administrative and compliance tasks become the responsibility of the directors. As a result, many private companies choose to pay for company secretarial services to reduce the administrative and corporate governance burdens otherwise placed on the directors by the law.
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