Company Tax Returns & Accounts

Company Tax Returns & Accounts

CorporationIf you have set up a limited company, even if you are not trading, you must file accounts at Companies House within nine months of your company’s year-end. If you fail to do so, you will incur an automatic £150 penalty.

Limited companies must file a Company Tax Return (CT600) with HMRC for each accounting period. Generally, you must file a return even if your company or organisation hasn’t made any taxable profits.

Qualified Limited Company Accountants

Simpltax is slightly different to many limited company accountants, in that we do not work with big businesses. We made this decision in order to be able to focus much more of our care and attention onto our smaller clients to ensure that we can support them entirely. We specialise in filing accounts for small companies, and our qualified accountants have years of experience in doing so.

Expert Company Accounting

One of our qualified accountants will talk you through everything in detail to ensure that you’re not missing a trick in regards to your company accounting. Once we have obtained the necessary information from you, we will proceed to completing and submitting your tax return for you to Companies House and HMRC.

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Filed a simple Self assessment tax return with an additional income from a LLP (partnership). Despite telling my advisor it would need to be recorded as income they were telling me it should be taxed as dividends. Again having told them this was certainly not the case they then finally agreed. .. secondly upon having filed (And paid) I then received a letter from HMRC telling me the national insurance calculation was wrong to the tune of ~£3000 overpayment... absolutely not ideal. Not offered a refund. Advisor was a nice guy and communicative but I should not be telling them how to do their job. Absolutely basic failings. Now £3000 worse off until I pay my next tax bill.. not as if I wanted that money to do something with it anyway..