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UK Company Formation with Accountancy and Bookkeeping Packages, Yearly Accountancy Service for UK Registered Company

Benefits of using us for UK company formation with accountancy and bookkeeping needs and for annual accounts preparation: when it comes to business bookkeeping and the preparation of annual accounts, the whole process can feel a little daunting. The idea of having to tackle all of the required paperwork, and the fear of making a costly error, leads many people to employ a professional to handle it for them. Here's why we think that professional should be Coddan: -
We are company formation with bookkeeping and accountancy service experts: our consultants stay on top of the latest tax legislation and employ it to best effect to deliver strategies within the law that will help build your net worth and keep your tax burden under control. They also use their expertise to help you develop short, medium and long-term plans for your business by providing a full range of tax services. Whether you require help with company formation, bookkeeping, self-assessment, PAYE contributions, VAT, CIS or all of the above, our consultants can guide you.

Company Formation with Bookkeeping

ADVANTAGES

  • Bookkeeping for overseas customers
  • Accounting for overseas customers
  • VAT preparation & submission
Company Formation with Accounting

CONVENIENCE

  • Fast company formation
  • Registered office address
  • Service for UK & non-UK clients
Our UK Company Formation with Accountancy and Bookkeeping Packages
£100.00

YEARLY FEES FROM £150.00

1
option

This dormant company formation in the UK with a registered address in London is for customers, who want to establish a dormant company & keep it simple and paper free.

The following documents will be sending via e-mail upon the formation of a dormant company:

    • The certificate of incorporation;
    • The Coddan tailor-made memorandum & articles of association;
    • The conversion from a dormant status to a trading is available.
£1,250

ANNUAL FEES FROM £1,250

2
option

Coddan offers fixed fee for a company formation with annual account & return preparation and filing it with Companies House and HMRC.

The following items are included into this offer:

  • A company formation with Companies House & HMRC;
  • The provision of a registered address & opening a bank account;
  • The preparation & filing of annual account;
  • The full set of corporate documents.
£1,800

ANNUAL FEES FROM £1,800

3
option

This package is especially for clients, who are requiring forming a company with monthly bookkeeping, preparation & submission of final year-end account with Companies House & HMRC.

The following items are included into this offer:

  • The formation of a company with registered office adders;
  • A nominee secretary & business bank account;
  • The provision of a tax agent & monthly bookkeeping service;
  • The preparation & filing annual return and annual account.
£2,400

ANNUAL FEES FROM £2,400

4
option

This package is ideal for such customers, who need to appoint Coddan to deal with the bookkeeping & VAT requirements during the financial year.

With this package we will provide the following services:

  • The formation of a company & provision of registered office address in London;
  • The VAT registration & provision of tax agent service;
  • The keeping of the VAT & bookkeeping records with its timely registration with CH and HMRC.

Formation of a Company with Bookkeeping and Accountancy Services

We make your bookkeeping easy to manage: here at Coddan, we offer a comprehensive range of bookkeeping services that are designed to free you from the daily drudgery of handling your administration. We can help you with the initial set up of your accounts and follow it through for the first month, giving you a template to work from as you move forward.

Once this is set up and you are following our template, we will send you monthly reports on your company detailing things like how much your company owes the government for that period, allowing you keep control of your finances and prevent any unpleasant surprises.

We can handle the preparation of your annual accounts without fuss: provided that you keep adequate records of your business dealings on a day to day basis, we can put your annual accounts together quickly and without fuss, leaving you free to concentrate on growing your business further. Please be aware however, that failure to keep sufficient invoices and statements can mean that putting together accurate annual accounts becomes extremely difficult and leaves you open to government fines and the imposition of estimated assessments in lieu of the information.

To take advantage of Coddan's expertise in company formation with bookkeeping and annual accounts and ensure that your company or an LLP is in safe hands, please either give us a call on 0207 935 5171 or e-mail us today.

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Bookkeeping and Annual Accounts Preparation

The benefits of using Coddan for your company formation and bookkeeping needs and for annual accounts preparation: preparing your accounts and ensuring you stay on the right side of HMRC's bookkeeping rules can be both complex and time consuming. It can place a major burden on your staff and distract them from tasks that help to grow your business. At Coddan we can relieve you of this issue, and provide you with a robust accounting service that enables you to concentrate fully on the day to day running of your company.

We aim to minimise the amount of paperwork you have to deal with, with accounts produced on your behalf for you to merely check and sign.We can also provide full and regular management accounts so you can easily keep abreast of your firm's performance and financial standing. Our comprehensive bookkeeping services have been expertly designed to set you free from administrative duties at a very reasonable rate. We can also assist you further by providing payroll services if required.

Post-Formation Services: Annual Requirements for Companies and LLPs in the UK

Post-Formation Services

Companies in the UK, including those either limited by shares or guarantee as well as limited liability partnerships (LLPs), have a number of annual obligations that they're bound by law to carry out. Failure to do so might incur heavy fines and other penalties, and could even result in legal action and a company being struck off the register.

Companies must prepare and file an annual report and accounts by a deadline that will depend on when the firm was established. The only type of business entity that's not required to file annual accounts is an unlimited company, and even then there are some restrictions and the company will be obliged to submit accounts (such as in situations where the unlimited enterprise is a subsidiary of a limited company).

The annual report contains all the basic details of the limited company or LLP, and is filed with Companies House, the official registrar of firms in the UK. It's legally required because the authorities need to have the most up-to-date information about a firm, including its address and the name of its directors and secretary, because companies change location and personnel all the time.

More challenging to prepare are the annual accounts, which must list all the financial transactions during the 12 month period and they must be compiled in line with Companies House standards. The accounts will need to be accompanied by a directors' report, giving an overview or summary of the company and its performance in the past year.

Taxation is another critical area for companies and returns to HM Revenue & Customs must be done properly to avoid problems that could pose difficulties or reputational harm to a firm. Getting all of these administrative matters right will help ensure the smooth running of a company.

Here at Coddan, we're experts in taxation, accountancy and bookkeeping, and our many valued clients enjoy the benefits of our services. There's no need to spend large amounts of time and resources on accounting when we can handle it all for you, leaving you free to do what's most important – running your company. So get in touch with us today and see what we can do for you.

Bookkeeping Requirements for Companies and LLPs in the UK

Bookkeeping Requirements

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) requires all companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) to keep records about the business and its financial transactions for taxation purposes. These records must be kept for a minimum of six years from the end of the last financial year and detail directors, company secretaries and shareholders as well as loan repayment promises, mortgages, assets and financial transactions (income, outgoings etc.). For LLPs, they must also set out the way in which members' capital is accounted for.

A failure to keep proper accounting records can result in the company being fined up to £3,000 and/or company directors being disqualified. If the records are lost, stolen or accidentally destroyed, the company is obligated to inform the tax office and restore the documentation to the best of its ability.

Companies House must be informed if the business changes its registered office address, directors' details or company secretary. A copy of the firm's annual return must also be submitted to Companies House within 28 days of the business's incorporation anniversary. This can be done online or using a paper ARO1 form, with both methods carrying fees. Failure to comply with this requirement is viewed as severe by HMRC and can result in director disqualification, personal prosecution and even company closure.

As you can probably see, bookkeeping can be a complex business and the penalties for getting it wrong can potentially put the entire company at risk. For those reasons, it pays to employ an accountancy firm that is experienced in the necessary procedures and can ensure that your records are clear, concise and correctly filed.

At Coddan, we can take the hassle out of accounting by looking after your company's paperwork so you can concentrate fully on expanding your business. Our team can prepare your annual accounts for both Companies House and tax purposes as well as provide you with regular management accounts so you gain a full overview of performance.

Running a business requires a lot of time being spent on paperwork, but we can help you minimise that burden by sending you completed documents and accounts which only need checking over and signing.

Even if you are confident in your own accounting abilities, we can provide you with guidance on how to correctly set up your books. We also provide a reasonably priced payroll service.

Are the UK's Annual Bookkeeping Requirements the Same for Overseas Customers?

Annual Bookkeeping Requirements

The answer to the above question is "yes". If a company or LLP was incorporated in the UK, it has an obligation to file annual accounts to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs regardless of where the owner is domiciled. Companies and LLPs that were incorporated outside of the UK are also regarded as resident for tax purposes if their central management and control is exercised from within the UK. Any branch or subsidiary of a company is liable for UK tax on the activity that it undertakes inside the UK.

If a company or LLP fails to submit its annual accounts in an acceptable format to HMRC by the deadline set for it, it will face a fine. The designated member(s), director(s) or secretary will also have committed a criminal offence by failing to submit a timely return. The fine starts at £150.00 for accounts that are submitted no more than a month after their due date, rising to £375.00 for those submitted one to three months late, then £750.00 for accounts that are three to six months late and £1,500 for accounts that are late by more than six months. These penalties may be doubled if accounts are submitted late in more than one year.

Extensions will not be granted if accounts are submitted in a format that is unacceptable. As a result, it is advisable to submit returns well in advance of the deadline in order to avoid unnecessary fines.

Coddan can help overseas customers with the filing of their annual return to HMRC. This ensures that the accounts are submitted in a timely fashion. We can also prepare accounts in a format that will be acceptable to HMRC. This service takes all of the stress out of meeting statutory requirements for people who might not be familiar with filing accounts in the UK.

Why not get in touch today to see how Coddan's accounting and bookkeeping services could help you run your business? Our services are competitively priced, with the price for the private limited company formation service in England or Wales, which comes with the year-end annual return and annual account preparation and its submission with Companies House and HMRC (Tax Office) for a trading company starting at only £1,250 per calendar year (which is around £104.00 per month plus the VAT).

Our fees need to be pay in two installments: - the first installment of £600.00 needs to be paid up front and the next installment of £650.00 needs to be paid within next six months, as soon you will receive the relevant notice from us where you will be asked to provide us the copies of your bank statements, and copies of your invoices.

Annual Accounts Preparation Service for Companies and LLPs

Annual Accounts Preparation Service

All companies and limited liability partnerships (LLP) in the UK are required by law to submit accounts on a yearly basis. Depending on the size of your company and the competency and experience of your staff, this can be an onerous burden on your business – but one that has to be carried out. The consequence for companies not submitting their accounts on time, or failing to send them in at all, can involve extremely costly fines and lead to serious sanctions that may ultimately limit your ability to continue trading.

Annual accounts are important not just for determining how much tax your company or LLP has to pay in a given year, but also for providing you with vital information about how your company is performing in terms of profitability. Having these figures to hand means you are better equipped to seek additional finance, if required, as you will be expected to produce accurate and up-to-date figures to secure a loan, grant, or other source of investment.

Accurate records required by law: your annual accounts should be a complete record of the transactions your company or LLP has made over the previous 12 months, including all invoices and statements. As a business, you are required by law in the UK to ensure you keep accurate records at all times and for at least six years in many instances.

The Inland Revenue or Customs and Excise have a duty to see that the correct levels of tax or VAT are paid by all registered companies, and they have the power to inspect your records on request.

Regardless of the size of your company, drawing on the expertise and services of an experienced UK bookkeeping service makes a lot of commercial sense. Coddan has many years of experience in providing a tailored accounting service for companies in the UK, from established businesses to new start-ups and everything in between.

They take care of the paperwork so that you can concentrate on what matters most to your business. As well as taking care of all your accounting and bookkeeping requirements, including preparing up-to-date annual accounts, Coddan can also provide your company with interim reports and reviews, to help you see how your business is performing at all times.

Bookkeeping Services for Companies and LLPs

Bookkeeping Services

Finding the right firm to handle a company's bookkeeping needs can make all the difference in its success, allowing more focus to be placed on running the company while the books are properly handled. Here at Coddan, we provide one of the leading and most reliable bookkeeping services for all kinds of companies, from limited to LLPs, and you can be sure the job will be done well.

In fact, it's far more cost-effective and efficient to let a skilled outside firm take care of a company's bookkeeping than hiring specialist accountants in-house, whose salaries and benefits will be a costly burden on the enterprise. Our bookkeeping services start at just £150.00, and you can easily order online.

Bookkeeping is not just about keeping the accounts, however, it's a wide, varied and often complex affair, but our accountancy experts can handle any requirements. These range from general accounting to the processing of incoming funds to making payments. We all know it's one thing making a sale but quite another getting paid, so we're pleased to offer a specialist debtor service as part of our bookkeeping options – we can manage any debts on the books and chase debtors to get the money for you.

Another area that takes up a lot of firms' time and resources is the annual legal obligation to prepare and file returns and accounts with the authorities. We can lift this burden by doing it for you, in the right way and on time, so you won't be at risk of any penalties for filing beyond the deadline.

Other bookkeeping matters that we can handle on your behalf include bank reconciliations, which are done monthly, and preparing your VAT and general taxation returns so that you don't experience any potentially crippling difficulties later on. We can do your bookkeeping manually or by using a computer program, depending on how your firm is set up.

Why not benefit from the clear advantages of letting Coddan handle your bookkeeping requirements? Get in touch with us now and we’ll be happy to discuss your needs. Our expert bookkeeping consultants are available to answer all of your questions.

VAT Return Preparation for Companies and LLPs

VAT Return Preparation

Value Added Tax or "VAT" can be a headache for businesses of all sizes. It is a system whereby companies that are registered for VAT essentially act as tax collectors on behalf of the government. During the course of a year, a business will charge their customers VAT and at the same time be paying VAT to its own suppliers.

What the company pays in VAT is deducted from the total received, with the difference being paid to or received from the UK government (depending on whether the balance is positive or negative). It is a straightforward concept that all too often causes problems for companies. Fortunately, Coddan are here to help!

Companies and LLPs are eligible to pay VAT: VAT is compulsory for a company or limited liability partnership (LLP) that has a VAT taxable turnover of more than £81,000 per annum. This threshold is subject to change from time to time, and you should speak to Coddan or check the UK Government website for latest information. Regardless of the size of a company or LLP's VAT taxable turnover, it is possible for any corporate entity to volunteer for VAT registration.

Input tax and output tax: these are two basic phrases used to describe the VAT accounting process. Input tax is the VAT that a company has paid to suppliers. Output tax is the VAT that a company has charged and received from its own customers.

Not all Input tax can be reclaimed: you must carefully read the government guidance on exactly what Input tax can be reclaimed. Currently, tax cannot be reclaimed for supplies that were bought for private use, supplies bought for use by another company, or VAT paid on non-recoverable items such as entertainment costs (unless used solely for business purposes).

Record keeping is essential: it is vital that a company or LLP maintains an accurate and up-to-date set of VAT accounts. Failure to do so makes the task of complying with UK Tax law extremely difficult. The amount spent and the reason for the expense - personal, business, entertainment - should be recorded. Some expenses, like a phone bill, might be a mixture of more than one class of use.

Coddan can help: at Coddan we provide an efficient VAT service that can save your company or LLP both time and money. Avoid the inevitable stress and use our expert assistance with VAT registration, VAT planning and administration, choosing the most appropriate scheme, completing VAT returns and more!

If you are worried about your company or LLP's VAT obligations, why not give one of our team a call today on 0330 808 0089 - we would be delighted to help!

Self-Assessment Preparation for Company Directors and LLP Members

Self-Assessment Preparation

Whether you're a company director or an LLP partner, you will need to gather a range of information before you or your agent completes your self assessment tax return. You will need details of all your taxable income, including details of your pension contributions; information about your income from letting property or land; your P60 or P45 from any employment you've had during the year; any capital gains or losses; details of your income from savings and investments within the UK; any life insurance gains or AVC refunds; and any donations to charity that are subject to Gift Aid. However, any cash, shares or funds that you hold within a tax-free ISA wrapper do not have to be declared.

If you're a company director, the company will normally have collected the tax due on your salary - along with any benefits in kind, such as a company car - via PAYE. However, your self assessment return may incur additional tax if any of your benefits were not taxed at source or, if you're a shareholder, you receive part of your pay in dividends and you're a higher rate taxpayer.

If you're an LLP member, you will be designated a share of the partnership's profit or losses in line with the partnership agreement, so you will have to wait for the partnership's tax return to be finalised before your own self assessment can be completed. You should declare only your share of the profits as part of your self assessment, and not the whole profits of the LLP.

If you're a new director or partner, you need to make sure that HMRC know that you're eligible to make a self assessment tax return. They should have written to you, but if you're in any doubt, you may need to contact HMRC directly. You will also need to know your ten-digit unique taxpayer reference (UTR).

Preparing for self assessment can be very complex, and often the best approach is to authorise an agent to deal with HMRC on your behalf.

Coddan can register as your authorised tax agent and communicate with the authorities on your behalf regarding self assessment, as well as corporation tax, PAYE, National Insurance and tax credits. Our knowledge and expertise will give you valuable peace of mind.

Keeping Your Financial and VAT Records at the Registered Office Address

Keeping Your Financial and VAT Records

An important part of running a company is keeping proper records of its transactions from the start, right from when it begins trading. It's a legal requirement, under the Companies Act 2006, and they must be made available for official inspection at any time.

Every aspect of a company's financial data must be recorded, including all its income from the sale of products or services and everything it pays out. In addition, any debts must be detailed as well as the value of a company's assets. VAT records must also be compiled, showing how much has been paid and what, if anything, remains outstanding.

With VAT transactions, companies must have a record of all their sales and items they have bought. A summary of VAT is also legally required and is known as a VAT account. If anything is incorrect in the compilation of these records – which can be done manually or by using a computer program – visiting officers from HM Revenue & Customs may impose penalties.

These records are necessary to determine the financial health of an enterprise, and they must be kept at its registered office address, the location where the company was listed as being at the time it was registered with Companies House. Here at Coddan, not only can we take the administrative burden out of compiling financial and VAT records with our leading accountancy, bookkeeping and taxation services, but we can also provide a registered office address at the time of formation.

This is especially beneficial for those firms who do not wish to be disrupted by visits from government officials wanting to view their records, and it also confers a high level of confidentiality to a firm's operations. Businesses operating from home can especially benefit from this service. The records will be kept at a registered office address, which are available in high-profile locations in main cities around the UK.

For more information on keeping your company’s financial and VAT records at a registered office address, get in touch with us today and our highly experienced business consultants will be happy to advise.

Tax and VAT Agent Service for Companies and LLPs

Meeting the requirements of the UK tax regime can be a time consuming and expensive business. By employing Coddan as your tax and VAT agent, you will reduce the amount of time spent compiling tax returns and could also reduce the amount of taxation paid.

Coddan offers a complete range of services to businesses to help them meet their tax obligations. These can range from simply filing your annual accounts in a timely fashion to a full tax planning service designed to ensure you pay no more than is necessary to the Exchequer.

Our bookkeeping service ensures that your annual accounts are compiled in a format that will be acceptable to HMRC. We will then submit the accounts in good time to ensure that your company or LLP will not incur fines for late submission.

One of the most complicated aspects of the UK tax system is VAT. Coddan can help register your business for VAT and once registered, can help with VAT returns. Given the complicated nature of tax, it is easy to end up either over or under paying it. Coddan can offer advice on precisely how much you will need to pay and help you plan in order to ensure that you have the most tax efficient approach to VAT possible.

For companies that employ staff, PAYE can present a number of pitfalls. These include the failure to update HMRC on the employment of new staff in a timely fashion and failure to accurately inform the authorities about benefits (company cars, for example) that are received by employees. Coddan can help companies make accurate, timely PAYE submissions. We also offer a competitively priced full payroll administration service.

The structure of your business can make a large difference to the amount of tax that ends up being paid. Coddan can advise on how to structure your business so that the taxation paid is no greater than it needs to be. Why not get in touch today to discuss your requirements with one of our friendly, well trained staff?

The Benefits of Using Us for Your Bookkeeping Needs and for Annual Accounts Preparation

Annual Accounts Preparation

Everyone in business understands the importance of accurate and up to date bookkeeping. It's a key back office task, and well kept accounts not only let you see how the business is doing at any point in the cycle, the figures you produce will also determine how much company tax or VAT you pay in a given year. By law, all companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) have to submit annual accounts in the UK.

For many small to medium sized operations, and especially new start ups, where keeping overheads down is crucial, the effort involved in this annual task can be quite burdensome, but Inland Revenue and Customs and Excise don't make any allowances. In fact, failure to submit annual accounts to Companies House can lead to costly fines and damage to your company's reputation. Customs and Excise can demand to see your company accounts at any time.

Benefits of using us: many companies could benefit by letting someone else do the books while they focus on growing their core business, in whatever area they operate. At Coddan, we have been helping a wide range of companies do just that, by providing them with an affordable bookkeeping, accounting and consultancy service. For many years, our specialist team in England has taken care of the paperwork while our clients get on with their business.

As well as preparing the annual accounts, at Coddan we offer a complete bookkeeping service, making sure that all invoices, VAT returns, payroll issues, tax matters, and any other paperwork is accurately recorded and kept up to date. The Coddan team can help new companies by preparing their first set of books, and going forward we can provide you with a monthly report so that you have a snapshot of your company's finances. This means you can see how the business is growing, and you'll always have well presented accounts to show any prospective investor, or when seeking additional finance.

For many smaller business in particular, pulling together the end-of-year accounts is a mammoth task and one that stops them from concentrating on looking after their client's needs and promoting their own products and services. But with Coddan's help, you never need to be sidetracked in that way again.

Limited Company Formation With Filing Annual Return and Dormant Annual Accounts Package is Only £100.00 for the First Year

Our dormant private company limited by shares formation package is ideal for the UK residents only, who will use a dormant company for the following purpose(s):

1. To protect a business name, or to be the owner of the domain name(s);
2. To own an asset such as land or intellectual property;
3. To hold shares of other companies' shares (including business entities registered in other countries);
4. To use an entity as the management company (property or business management purpose);
5. To use a dormant entity as the corporate director, shareholder, or as the secretary in other companies.

If your new limited company or organisation is not yet active - in other words, it is not yet carrying on business activity or trading - you will need to tell HMRC when it does become active.

Our dormant private company limited by shares formation package ensures you meet the statutory obligations as a director of the dormant company with the tax authorities and all governing bodies.

What services do you get? Our dormant private company limited by shares formation services include:
1. The registration of a company (including the government fee for the incorporation of a company).
2. The provision of the registered office address for a dormant company at the Baker Street in London.
3. The provision of a nominee secretary to protect the director(s) responsibility.
4. The initial registration of your company as a dormant with the HMRC.
5. The provision of the tax agent with the HMRC.
6. The government mail forwarding to your own address in the UK.
7. The keeping your company registers at the registered office address.
8. The preparation of the annual return and year-end dormant account and its submission with the Companies Registrar and Inland Revenue (Tax Office).

Coddan offers the fixed fee for the dormant account package to private limited companies. Our professional accountants will take care of your dormant company account preparation and filing with the HMRC (Tax Office) for you. We will create the minutes of the directors and shareholders' meetings required to approve the dormant account.

With this package, we will also file an annual return for behalf of your company on time, and register the annual return with the Companies House. At the end of the financial year, we will also prepare and file your company' dormant account with the Companies House and the Inland Revenue (HMRC) for the next year.

We will also provide you an exclusive certificate of the dormant status of your company. Your certificate will be printed in an elegant format, sealed, and laminated, this document fully compliance with the Companies Act 2006 and Finance Act 2008.

Please be reminded that failed to file your dormant company account by the deadline given by Companies House, your company must pay late filing penalty of £150.00 for a day late, £375.00 if it is three months late and up to £1,500 if more than six months late.

The dormant private company limited by shares formation package cost is £100.00 for the first year. The next fee of £150.00 plus VAT needs to be paid within the end of the next anniversary year, as soon you receive the relevant notice from us where you will be asked to provide us the signed resolution by your company director(s) that your company is still dormant.

Complete Company Formation With Annual Accounts Package

The private limited company formation service in England or Wales, which comes with the year-end annual return and annual account preparation and its submission with Companies House and HMRC (Tax Office) for a trading company.

Many people start a small business in order to enjoy the rewards of freedom and independence. Starting your own business is both exciting and rewarding, but it is also full of challenges. The level of commitment that you will need should not be underestimated. With approximately 30% of all new businesses failing in the first year of trading, research suggests that those that plan and seek professional advice from the outset have a significantly greater chance of being successful.

Our aim is for you to focus on what you do your best - building your own successful business. Alongside you, we aim to advise you in ways that help you make more money, save tax navigate through difficult times, and ultimately meet your personal and business objectives.

The description of our package in brief:
1. The registration of a new company with Companies House and HMRC;
2. The provision of a registered office address in London, and appointment of a nominee company secretary;
3. Opening of a corporate bank account;
4. Dealing with the company' secretarial issues; etc.
5. The preparation and filing of the annual account and return with Companies House and HMRC.

Every business registered in the UK, large or small, must produce the annual accounts for the tax authorities. All limited companies must also file annual return at Companies House, which complies in form and substance with the Companies Act provisions.

When we prepare your annual accounts for you, we view this as an opportunity to discuss performance and future prospects for your business. It is usual that we meet to discuss your performance ensuring that you remain tax efficient and have opportunity to discuss any future opportunities or risks within the business.

Our aim is to provide more than just the preparation of the annual accounts. We use the annual accounts as a tool to assist in a proactive approach to advising the direction of your organisation. With the help of one of our skilled advisers, your accounts can pin point positive and negative trends in the business.

In addition, we will work with you to ensure that you receive information in a timely manner - avoiding unnecessary fines and penalties from the Companies House and HMRC.

Who is this package for? If you are thinking about setting-up a new business, and need it done quickly and easily, if you would like to do the bookkeeping records by your own, and you will need the professional assistance with the preparation of your final annual accounts and its submission with the relevant government bodies for a fixed fee, then this package is the perfect choice.

This package is ideal for such customers, who will run a trading company as a director, and who will deal with the bookkeeping requirements themselves during the financial year. At the end of the financial year, our certified chartered accountant will prepare the final annual accounts and submit it with the Companies House and HMRC.

How it works? Six months after your company registration, you will need to provide us your corporate bank statements and copies of all invoices (incoming & outgoing), to help you with the preparation of the annual accounts at the year-end.

Then, twelve months after your company incorporation, you will need to provide us the rest of your corporate bank statements and copies of all invoices to help you with the preparation & finalisation of the annual accounts for behalf of your company.

P.S. Please take the following note, that this package is suitable for companies whose turnover is below then £81,000, and not VAT registered.

What the particular services do you get? Our complete company formation with annual accounts package includes:
1. The registration of the private limited company (including the government fee for the incorporation of a company).
2. The provision of the registered office address for a trading company at the Baker Street in London.
3. The display of your company name on the monitor at the registered office address.
4. The provision of a nominee secretary to protect the director(s) responsibilities.
5. The assistance to open a business bank account with the HSBC or Barclays with debit and/or credit cards.
6. The initial registration of your company with the HMRC as a tax payer.
7. The provision of the tax agent service with the HMRC.
8. The government mail and banking statements forwarding to your own address.
9. The keeping of your company' registers at the registered office address.

The price of this package is £1,250 per calendar year (which is around £104.00 per month plus the VAT). Our fees need to be pay in two instalments:

The first instalment of £600.00 needs to be paid up front and the next instalment of £650.00 needs to be paid within next six months, as soon you will receive the relevant notice from us where you will be asked to provide us the copies of your bank statements, and copies of your invoices.

Company Formation With Basic Bookkeeping, Year-End Account & Annual Return

Private limited company formation service in England or Wales, which comes with the monthly bookkeeping, year-end annual accounts preparation and its submission with Companies House and HMRC for a trading company.

Many people start a small business in order to enjoy the rewards of freedom and independence. Starting your own business is both exciting and rewarding, but it is also full of challenges. The level of commitment that you will need should not be underestimated. With approximately 30% of all new businesses failing in the first year of trading, research suggests that those that plan and seek professional advice from the outset have a significantly greater chance of being successful.

Our aim is for you to focus on what you do best - building your own business. Alongside you, we aim to advise you in ways that help you make more money, save tax navigate through difficult times, and ultimately meet your personal and business objectives.

Who is this package for? If you are thinking about setting up a business, and need it done quickly & easily, if you would like to pass the bookkeeping maintenance to the professional accountant, and you will need the professional assistance with the preparation of your final annual account and return, then this package is the perfect choice.

This package is ideal for such customers, who will run a trading company as a director, and Coddan will deal with the bookkeeping requirements during the financial year. At the end of the financial year, our certified chartered accountant will prepare the final annual accounts and submit it with the Companies House and HMRC.

What the particular services do you get? Our business and accounting start-up services include:

1. The registration of the company (including the government fee for the incorporation of a company).
2. The provision of the registered office address for a trading company at the Baker Street in London.
3. The display of your company name on the monitor at the registered office address.
4. The provision of a nominee secretary to protect the director(s) responsibilities.
5. The assistance to open a business bank account with the HSBC or Barclays with debit and/or credit cards.
6. The initial registration of your company with the HMRC as a tax payer.
7. The provision of the tax agent service with the HMRC.
8. The government mail and banking statements forwarding to your own address.
9. The keeping your company registers at the registered office address.
10. The provision of the bookkeeping service on monthly base at a high level of expertise.
11. The preparation & filing of an abbreviated account with Companies House.
12. The preparation & filing of full set of accounts with the HM Revenue & Customs.
13. The preparation and filing of the company tax return.
14. Dividends and personal tax review in February prior to the tax-year end.
15. One full and bound set of accounts (including notes).
16. One electronic set of accounts (including notes).

All official fees are included in our service price.

The price of this package is £1,800 per calendar year (which is around £150.00 per month plus the VAT). Our fees need to be pay in two installments:

The first installment of £900.00 needs to be paid up front and the next installment of £900.00 needs to be paid within next six months, as soon you will receive the relevant notice from us. We will need to receive your payments on time to avoid any penalties or fines from the Companies Registrar or HMRC; otherwise, we will charge an extra fee for the preparation of your annual accounts and returns.

Second year fees: in the second year you will need to pay us the next installment of £900.00 after the last payment you have done to us, and the additional instalment of ?900.00 needs to be paid within next six months as soon you will receive the relevant notice from us.

If you will need to have the package, which will accompany with your business needs, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time during the accountancy year.

Complete Company Registration with VAT, Bookkeeping, Year-End Account & Tax Return

If you are thinking about setting up a business, and need it done quickly and easily, if you would like to pass the bookkeeping and VAT maintenance to the professional accountant, and you will need the professional assistance with the preparation of your final annual accounts, then, this package is the perfect choice.

This package is ideal for such customers, who will run a trading company as a director, and Coddan will deal with the bookkeeping and VAT requirements during the financial year. At the end of the financial year, our certified chartered accountant will prepare the final annual accounts and submit it with the Companies House and HMRC.

What the particular services do you get? Our business and accounting start-up services include:

1. The registration of the company (including the government fee for the incorporation of a company).
2. The provision of the registered office address for a trading company at the Baker Street in London.
3. To display of your company name on the monitor at the registered office address.
4. The provision of a nominee secretary to protect the director(s) responsibilities.
5. The assistance to open a business bank account with the HSBC or Barclays with debit and/or credit cards.
6. The initial registration of your company with the HMRC as a tax payer.
7. The provision of the tax agent service with the HMRC.
8. The VAT registration with the HMRC.
9. The quarterly management accounts.
10. The quarterly submitting VAT returns.
11. The government mail and banking statements forwarding to your own address.
12. The keeping your company registers at the registered office address.
13. The provision of the bookkeeping service on monthly base at a high level of expertise.
14. The preparation & filing of an abbreviated account with Companies House.
15. The preparation & filing of full set of accounts with the HM Revenue & Customs.
16. The preparation and filing of the company tax return.
17. Dividends and personal tax review in February prior to the tax-year end.
18. One full and bound set of accounts (including notes).
19. One electronic set of accounts (including notes).

All official fees are included in our service price.

What documents will you get from us? The following documents will be sending by the first class post to you upon formation of your private limited company:

1. Two laminated certificates of incorporation;
2. Two hard bound copies of your memorandum & articles of association;
3. Two hard bound copies of the first meeting of the board of directors;
4. Two elegant printed share certificates and your company registers;
5. The HMRC letter confirms your VAT registration number;
6. An agreement in between us and your company for the preparation of the annual return and the annual accounts, and the indemnity letter.

The price of this package is £2,400 per calendar year (which is around £200.00 per month plus the VAT). Our fees need to be pay in two instalments:

The first instalment of £1,200 needs to be paid up front and the next installment of £1,200 needs to be paid within next six months, as soon you will receive the relevant notice from us. We will need to receive your payments on time to avoid any penalties or fines from the Companies Registrar or HMRC; otherwise, we will charge an extra fee for the preparation of your annual accounts and returns.

Second year fees: in the second year you will need to pay us the next installment of £1,200 after the last payment you have done to us, and the additional instalment of £1,200 needs to be paid within next six months as soon you will receive the relevant notice from us.

If you will need to have the package, which will accompany with your business needs, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time during the accountancy year.