The following link makes sense
I have been asked to send in 3 years of company accounts for a mortage application.
I have a company with very low turnover and cannot afford accountancy fees to prepare and file annual accounts. Can I do this myself and file them?
Our clients are a limited company
As at January 2011 there were 6 directors each with one share.
In May 2011 one director passed away. The probate is still being sorted out etc.,
Listed energy company APR Energy was forced to issue a statement after failing to get its audited accounts done in time, causing a slump in its share price by 20%.
An overwhelming majority of finance professionals believe the government's proposals to exempt micro-businesses from having to file accounts at Companies House will make it harder for firms to
I have a small practice and I am currently using HMRC and Companies house joint filing service. Which is quite slow but the good thing is it is integrated. I am looking to buy a software now.
At a CPD course at the end of 2010 there was a discussion as to whether the auditors report required a live signature when filing with Registrar of Companies.
Is S419 C/tax on Loans to Directos (Participators), potentially recoverable, provided for in the financial statements?
Thi s is my first attempt at company accounts. If it were not a friend and he was already well and turly late with his returns i would walk away. The buildings are rented, which he has had transf