Year end accounts

Year end accounts

Every Limited Company, no matter how big a turnover, has to report to Companies House once a year with a set of accounts, and these need to be filed nine months after the year end. For example, if the year-end is the 31st December 2000 then the accounts need to be with Companies House by September 2001.
Please watch this short video which explains to you how we create the accounts and make sure that they are compliant with Companies House. Companies that turn over less than £10,000,000 need only produce abbreviated accounts, which consist of a balance sheet which is submitted to Companies House. However, a full set of accounts needs to be produced for the HMRC with regards to your Corporation Tax, and these do not go on public record.

For more information with regards to how Annual Accounts work please do not hesitate to contact one of the team who will be more than happy to assist you.