Fee for doing Company Annual Return


J

jagemail

Hi,

I will like to know how much can one expect to pay a accountant for
doing the Company Annual Return. (not Tax return just the Comapany
Annual Return).
I was just going through my accountants Invoice and his breakdown of
fees. Among other things he has charged me a Horrendously large fee
for doing the Company Annual Return.
After a few phone calls for accountants in Yellow Pages I found the
fee to be around £35/£45 for this.

Thanks

J
 
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DoobieDo

Hi,

I will like to know how much can one expect to pay a accountant for
doing the Company Annual Return. (not Tax return just the Comapany
Annual Return).

Please read your third paragraph which answers your question... cheerio.
 
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Alex

Hi,

I will like to know how much can one expect to pay a accountant for
doing the Company Annual Return. (not Tax return just the Comapany
Annual Return).
I was just going through my accountants Invoice and his breakdown of
fees. Among other things he has charged me a Horrendously large fee
for doing the Company Annual Return.
After a few phone calls for accountants in Yellow Pages I found the
fee to be around £35/£45 for this.

Thanks

J
I don't know how much accountants charge but I know how much work is
involved. You can do it yourself.

http://www.companieshouse.co.uk/

Under file documents online.

Mine doesn't change year to year and takes a couple of minutes.
 
P

Peter Saxton

Hi,

I will like to know how much can one expect to pay a accountant for
doing the Company Annual Return. (not Tax return just the Comapany
Annual Return).
I was just going through my accountants Invoice and his breakdown of
fees. Among other things he has charged me a Horrendously large fee
for doing the Company Annual Return.
After a few phone calls for accountants in Yellow Pages I found the
fee to be around £35/£45 for this.
How much did he charge?

If I knew the client from doing other work I would think 30 minutes is
a reasonable charge. This would be mainly because you would have to
check that there's no changes you don't know about and to file the
information. I don't know whether the accountant paid the £15/£30 fee
either.
 
J

jagemail

How much did he charge?

If I knew the client fromdoingother work I would think 30 minutes is
a reasonable charge. This would be mainly because you would have to
check that there's no changes you don't know about and to file the
information. I don't know whether the accountant paid the £15/£30fee
either.
ummm I did think £300 seemed a bit excessive for Company Annual
Return. Before I took this guys on I had a feeling that a big
accountancy firm based in heart of London will be a bit expensive, but
£300 + VAT is taking the piss.
That is just one part of a huge bill of £4500 that I recived from
them.

J
 
P

Peter Saxton

ummm I did think £300 seemed a bit excessive for Company Annual
Return. Before I took this guys on I had a feeling that a big
accountancy firm based in heart of London will be a bit expensive, but
£300 + VAT is taking the piss.
That is just one part of a huge bill of £4500 that I recived from
them.
That is ridiculous. I've seen firms charge £185 for a client to use
their address as a registered office.
 
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Simon

Peter said:
That is ridiculous. I've seen firms charge £185 for a client to use
their address as a registered office.
And i have seen large firms charge £300 per hour for three hours for
three peple to attend a meeting with HMRC to efend against a £1000 bill
for tax on casual labour
 

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