You can pick and mix the services that you need from the list below. You only pay for the services that you require and not those that you don’t.
We believe that we provide an excellent accounting service at an affordable price. As we don’t operate from an office you don’t pay for our overheads you only pay for us!
Preparation and submission online of self assessment tax return: £250
Prices for a company with a turnover of up to £100,000 per year. (If your turnover is above this, please get in touch and we can provide you with a free, no obligation, quote tailored to you and your business.)
|Limited company year-end accounts and corporation tax return (including online submissions)||
£750 a year
£100 per return if on a cash or invoice basis
£50 per return if on the Flat Rate Scheme
|Company secretarial services||
£60 a year
£5 a month for the first director/employee, £3 a month for each additional director/employee. No set up fees and no year end submission fees.
|Personal tax return||
£200 a year for each director
As a limited company your annual bill can be paid in twelve equal monthly installments.
Weekly payroll (including RTI submission) £2 per week per employee (no set up/leaver fees)
Monthly payroll (including RTI submission) £5 a month for the first director/employee, £3 a month for each additional employee (no set up or leaver fees)
If you are interested in talking further, please get in touch and we can arrange a free meeting to discuss your requirements further.
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