If you run a business, big or small, you need to know that the numbers are an accurate reflection of its performance. Whether you are a sole trader of run your own limited company, you need to make sure that your annual accounts are completed accurately, on time and at the same time making sure everything is being done to reduce your tax bill. At Shore Accounting we can achieve this.
Whether you are a sole trader, run your own limited company or work as a partnership, our extensive range of accountancy services include:
- Preparation of Year End Accounts and Tax Returns
- Minimising Tax
- Management Accounts
- Cash flow Forecasting
As well as taking care of what you have to do for HMRC and Companies House, we will also let you know where you can save tax, save money in your business, help yu identify what you need to do to achieve your future plans. In simple terms, we can take care of all of your accountancy needs, giving you the peace of mind knowing that you are in expert hands and giving you more time to run your business.
Final accounts for sole traders.
Final accounts are usually prepared in conjunction with completing your tax return after making the necessary end of year adjustments, whether you have completed your own bookkeeping or whether we have been doing that for you.
Final accounts for limited companies.
The statutory accounts for limited companies must be filed with Companies House each year and at the same time the company's corporation tax return must be submitted to HMRC. We can take care of all of this for you, preparing the accounts and tax return, together with any dividend paperwork that is required. Once the director has signed the paperwork, we then submit them for you and ensure you know exactly what tax to pay, when. We charge from £450+VAT for a full company end of year, but please contact usfor a fixed fee quote to meet your individual requirements.
Partnerships and LLPs.
The requirements for partnerships can be complex as both individual and partnership tax returns need to be submitted, with LLPs also requiring submission to Companies house.