Small Private Limited by Shares - Company Accounts - Audit Exempt and Preparing on my own

Discussion in 'UK Accountancy' started by amorrison2006@googlemail.com, May 26, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Hi

    I wondered if someone could help.....

    I have a small company and this is the first accounting period.

    I have found a set of accounts for abbreviated accounts which I was
    going to use to send to companies house for my annual return.

    I was reading that for my tax return I have to send a full set of
    accounts to HMRC.

    Would anyone happen to have a template containing Audit exempt and
    also no accountants.......???? I just want to get these things over
    and done with.....I will keep the company open but trading is
    minimum. It wont have turned over more than 10k in the year,

    I look forward to hearing from you,

    Thanks so much...

    Andrea
     
    , May 26, 2007
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  2. Peter Saxton Guest

    Why don't you do i online at Companies House? Do you mean "annual
    return" or do you mean accounts?
    You are taking a risk by preparing statutory accounts if you don't
    know the requirements. A template will not help you to consider
    everything you should understand.

    If you want examples of accounts try this site

    http://www.vtsoftware.co.uk/final_accounts/samples.htm
     
    Peter Saxton, May 27, 2007
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  3. anon_deleted

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    I am in the same situation mate. I am a plumbing and heating engineer, I do all my own book keeping, incomings and out goings. All my own paye. I did want to get an accountant to do my end of year returns as I do not 100% know what expenses go where but the money is astronomical. You can download free software from HMRC for PAYE and for corporation tax. The software just allows you to enter all your figures and then submits it to HMRC. There is also a tick box that when ticked will then send abbreviated accounts to companies house. It couldn't be easier. Hard thing is knowing what expenses go where, all the research I do brings back different answers on this
     
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