Limited Company Accountants

The most important professional person you’re likely to deal with as a company director is your accountant. How to deal with accountants, and preparing accounts.

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Limited Company Accountants

What does a limited company accountant do?

Whether you have recently set up a limited company or you have been managing your finances independently until now, hiring an accountant may be the best thing you do during the early days of running your business.

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Limited Company Accountants

How to choose a limited company accountant

A good accountant can not only save your company money, but will also provide reassurance that your financial affairs are being looked after, tax deadlines are being met, and potential problems are spotted in advance. So, if you’re starting up a new business, what should you look out for when choosing a limited company accountant?

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Limited Company Accountants

Limited company accounts – keeping accurate records

Record keeping is vital for every incorporated business. If you do not keep the right records for the correct length of time, HMRC can fine your company £3,000 or disqualify its directors for up to 15 years. Even if these penalties only apply in extreme cases, they illustrate the importance of the task.

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Limited Company Accountants

How do I know if an accountant is qualified?

Choosing an accountant to help you manage your business’ financial affairs is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. The person you eventually go for will not only be privy to a large pool of information about your business’ performance and future viability, but he or she will also be the one you trust

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