- Annual accounts are essential for every business. It provides the opportunity to analyse their performance and plan for the future. Thus allowing a business to focus on their important activities to help the business grow and develop.
- Furthermore, we will use these figures to help with the completion of your self-assessment tax returns and provide valuable decision making information.
Who Needs to provide an Annual Return?
Every registered company must submit an annual return to Companies House each year.
What Information Do I Provide?
The annual return includes information such as :
- Directors of the Company
- Shareholders of the Company
- Your Registered Office
- Contact Details
- The Nature of your Business
When does it have to be submitted?
The deadline is normally either 21 months after the incorporation of your company, 9 months after the end of your accounting year or 1 year after the date you filed your last annual return. You must file your annual return no more than 28 days after the due date.
Failure to submit your return can result in a fine up to £5,000 and your Company being struck off.
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