Bookkeeping & Accounting Services
End of Year Accounts
We prepare accounts required for completion of self assessment tax returns and financial statements / abbreviated accounts that are required to be filed at Companies House. We prepare accounts from a range of clients who maintain their accounting records in a variety of ways, if it via spreadsheets, paper based of an accounting system we are available to to ensure that the most cost effective logical approach is adopted. We work with all our clients to ensure that the accounts are prepared to agreed timescales and appropriate deadlines are met.
Acer Accounts ensures the filing of your annual Self Assessment with the HMRC is timely and efficient . We also prepare and submit the more complex Self Assessment returns and ensure that we perform a full review of your return prior to submission to ensure you pay the right amount of tax.
If you require the use of accounting software, Acer Accounts has simple to use online accounting software that allows you or us to do your bookkeeping in an easy manner. We can support this process from our offices and give you appropriate training to ensure that you are fully comfortable with the system. This will allow you more time to concentrate on your business and we will be there to assist your every step.
HMRC requires that whenever the payroll is run, then all payroll returns need to be made electronically to HMRC. Acer Accounts will ensure that your payroll complies with the regulations, is run on the required dates each month ensuring that we provide a flexible, prompt, cost effective service.
It is a legal requirement that all active companies must file a corporation tax return. These returns are derived from the financial statements and will be prepared by Acer Accounts and submitted to electronically to HMRC. We offer advice to help you get your VAT registration set up under the most appropriate basis depending on your business and your accounting maturity, assessing if the flat rate scheme should be adopted. We will complete your VAT return on a monthly or quarterly basis and then submit it to the HMRC.