Accountancy Services

Automatic Enrolment for Employers

Auto Enrolment For Pensions

Automatic Enrolment (sometimes ‘auto-enrolment’) is a law that was brought in to help combat the fact that people were not putting enough into pensions or savings to support them through old age.

Bank Reconciliation

Bank Reconciliation

A bank reconciliation is when the bank balance of a company, according to its own accounting records, is compared with the bank’s balance statement for the company.

Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping is when you keep records of the daily financial transactions of your business, helping make sure that your tax calculations and payments are correct.

Business Finance Options

Business Finance Options

Financing is quite simply the way in which money is brought into an organisation or company. It can be done through many different ways; these are just a few.

Business Plan

Business Plans

A business plan is an important document, a formal statement of a business’ goals. It explains why the goals are attainable and how those goals are going to be achieved.

Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax is the tax on profits that are made when you ‘dispose’ an asset, and the item’s value has increased.

Company Accounts

Company & Statutory Accounts

You will need to submit company accounts to HMRC, when you become a limited company. These will go to Companies House, while the company’s tax return will go to HMRC.

Corporation Tax

Corporation Tax

Corporation Tax is a tax on the profits of companies. Limited companies, foreign businesses with a UK branch, as well as clubs, associations, charities and societies, are all required to pay Corporation Tax.

Financial Gifts

Financial Gifts

Financial gifts are a way for an individual or a couple to reduce the value of their estate, and reduce the amount of inheritance tax that will have to be paid on that estate when they die.

Financial Forecasting

Financial Forecasting

Predicting the future is difficult, but it is a very important part of the financial health of a company, and is incredibly important when it comes to budgeting year by year.

Income Tax

Income Tax

You are required to pay income tax in each tax year, and the rate depends on your income. Your income is in the form of earnings, as well as investments and savings.

Inheritance Tax

Inheritance Tax

If your estate is worth more than £325,000 (per person), when you die, tax will be taken out of anything which is above that threshold when it is passed onto your heirs.

IR35

IR35

IR35 was a legislation introduced to ensure that self-employed people or contractors were paying their tax, and not avoiding income tax through a move referred to as ‘disguised employment’.

PAYE

Pay As You Earn (PAYE)

PAYE (Pay As You Earn) is the system used by HMRC to collect Income Tax, as well as National Insurance contributions.

Payroll Services

Payroll Services

A payroll is a term that describes a list of all of a company’s employees, and is commonly used to refer to the amount of money that is paid out in wages.

Self Assessment Tax Return

Self Assessment Tax Return

If you receive income from sources other than primary employment, such as renting out a property, or self-employment, it won’t automatically be taxed through a system such as PAYE

Tax Accounting

Tax Accounting

If you receive income from sources other than primary employment, such as renting out a property, or self-employment, it won’t automatically be taxed through a system such as PAYE

Tax Returns

Tax Returns

There are many different taxes which need paying, to comply with the law. These include Capital Gains Tax, Corporation Tax, Inheritance Tax, PAYE, VAT and Income Tax.

VAT

VAT Returns

VAT stands for Value Added Tax, and it is a levy on the sale of goods and services. Companies will add VAT onto the price they charge customers for these.