Annual Accounts - banish that headache

Our experts can help you prepare your Annual Accounts soon after year end

You probably know that Annual Accounts – also known as Year End, Statutory or Company Accounts – are a requirement for every UK registered company (Ltd, LLP, Sole Trade, etc) by HMRC and Companies House.

As such, each company is obligated to file a set of Annual Accounts after every 12 months from the date you incorporated (formed) your company. So, for example, if you incorporated your company on the 12th of March 2018, then your next Year End date will be the last day of the month you incorporated (in this case the 31st of March 2019.

You then have nine months to file a set of Annual Accounts with Companies House (making the deadline in our example the 12th of December 2019) and twelve months to file your Annual Accounts and Corporation Tax with HMRC (deadline 31st March 2019).

At Braant Accounting, we start preparing Annual Accounts for all our clients soon after the Year End date has passed. This allows plenty of time to review draft Annual Accounts, avoid late penalty fines and improves credit scoring – a boon for our customers. Credit score agencies rate companies favourably when Annual Accounts are filed sooner rather than later, especially for new companies, so that’s another imperative for timely accounting! 

Our fees

  • From £225 to submit your Annual Accounts with Companies House, including Abbreviated Accounts which applies to smaller businesses.

Contact Braant to discuss the filing of your Annual Accounts (aka Statutory, Company or Year End Accounts) - e-mail or call us.