Even a small company can have over 40 deadlines a year...
At Bowes Brooks we are trained to know the ‘ins and outs’ of compliance ensuring that you never miss a deadline and get a fine. Imagine a world where you don’t have to worry about letters that you don’t really understand – that’s the world our clients live in!
It can be confusing deciding what type of company to trade through. Put simply, a limited company exists as an entirely separate legal entity and they have limited liability. Limited liability means that the companies assets are kept separate from the personal assets so if the limited company ever got into financial difficulty the owners assets are (in most cases) protected.
However the downsides are that it costs more to administrate, you have legal responsibilities and your company data will be available publicly on the Companies House website.
Downsides aside, the majority of our clients operate through a limited company due to the tax advantages.
Bowes Brooks are happy to advise whether it would be beneficial to you to incorporate. Even if you’ve already formed your company we can review the structure to see if it’s organised in the most tax efficient way.
Running a company is time consuming enough without dealing with the accounting, tax and compliance headaches which is why we can take care of everything for you.
Our Limited Company package includes:
- Preparation of a full set of year end accounts
- Completion of abbreviated accounts and submission to Companies House
- Submission of Corporation Tax Return (CT600) to HMRC
- Submission of Annual Return to Companies House
- Up to 2 directors Self Assessment returns
- Ongoing monitoring of tax efficiency and recommendation
- Representation in the event of an investigation
We speak plain English – we appreciate that you probably don’t have a background in accounting or tax and we’ll explain things in a clear and concise manner to help you understand your business.
From experience clients that understand their accounts and tax calculations make better and more informed decisions day to day. This can mean the difference between success and failure and why we place such importance on providing accessible advice and information. We will also provide regular monitoring to ensure tax efficiency.