Limited company accounts
Statutory annual accounts for business
Companies House and HMRC expect limited companies to deliver certain things by certain dates. That includes annual accounts, a corporation tax return and annual confirmation statements. The pressure of getting these done right, on time, can be a cause of stress and distraction – or you can let DB Accounting take care of it and save yourself the worry.
Annual accounts preparation is about attention to detail and process. If we’re also looking after your bookkeeping throughout the year and have you set up with cloud accounting, it can be pretty efficient. Otherwise, extra time and care has to go into making sure every penny is accounted for and everything reconciles.
We’ll provide a balance sheet recording the value of your company’s assets, along with anything it owes or is owed; a profit and loss account, covering running costs and sales; and detailed notes on the above, if they’re needed.
Statutory accounts – you’re legally obliged to provide them – have to go to Companies House within nine months and a day after the end of your accounting period. The same accounts should go with your corporation tax return to HMRC within a year of the end of the accounting period.
- Accounts prepared in line with general and industry-specific accounting standards.
- Fully compliant with Companies Act requirements.
- Balance sheet.
- Profit and loss account.
- Commentary and background notes.
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