Accountancy services

We’ll make sure you hit all of the Companies House and HMRC deadlines. We are the safe pair of hands to keep you compliant with all of the regulations. You might be worried about all the admin tasks – that’s why we sort them all out for you. You’ll also get ad hoc advice whenever you need it, all included in a fixed fee.

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Management Accounts & Information

Up to date, relevant and quickly produced management information helps you to make the right decisions. Our management accounts services include: Monthly or quarterly management accounts Reporting of key performance indicators Supplying management information to lenders Actual performance compared to budget and/or comparative periods Costing information, including break-even turnover levels We can then easily prepare […]

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Company Secretarial

Regardless of whether you choose to appoint a company secretary, there are still company secretarial duties to undertake. These include creating and maintaining the company’s registers and making necessary filings at Companies House within prescribed timescales. If you are a director of the company you are legally obliged to ensure that the company meets these […]

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Let us take the stress of paperwork off your hands. We will drop off your invoices, bank statements, etc. We do all the processing. We can then easily prepare for you: Management Accounts VAT Returns Key Performance Indicators End of Year Accounts Estimated Tax Liabilities as you go along so there’s no end of year […]

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Annual Accounts Preparation

We can: Prepare accounts to help in completion of self-assessment tax returns Produce financial statements to file at Companies House and abbreviated accounts to ensure the minimum amount of your financial information is made public Accounts are prepared to agreed timescales and deadlines. But we can do more than just report the history of what’s […]

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The main reasons why you will be required by law to have a statutory audit are: Your turnover exceeds £6.5 million or your gross assets exceed £3.26 million or the company is part of a group that exceeds those limits. You are required by your professional or trade organisation to have your accounts audited. Your […]

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