Mandatory components of the annual report for small companies are director’s report, balance sheet, profit and loss statement and notes to the annual accounts. For larger companies’ cash flow statement and statement of changes in equity are also required. In certain cases, auditor’s evaluation is mandatory.

Original document of the Annual Report must be preserved by the management board and the copy of the document will be sent to the Companies House. A member of the board or the managing director has to submit a signed original proof that the balance sheet and profit and loss statement were confirmed in the general board meeting.

Included in the price:

  • Full statutory accounts prepared under FRS 102 Section 1A (The Financial Reporting Standard applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland).
  • Corporation tax return for the corresponding accounting period(s).
  • Delivery of the annual accounts and corporation tax return to Companies House and HM Revenue & Customs.
  • Process flow:

    • We will advise a preliminary quote after a review of the accounting records for the period (the required records include a detailed trial balance and supporting accounting reports/records).
    • Our bookkeepers can assist with bringing your accounting records to the required level of completeness. This usually involves working from primary accounting records, for example bank statements, invoices etc.
    • Once we have received all the required accounting records and supporting information from you, we will complete the accounts and corporation tax return for the company directors to review and approve.
    • We deliver the approved documents to Companies House and HM Revenue & Customs and advise on any follow-up actions if required.
    • Important information:

      • Submitting annual accounts is mandatory for all UK limited companies, even if the company has no economic activity during the accounting period.
      • All the accounting has to be completed before starting to compile the annual report.
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