At Perrys Chartered Accountants, our knowledgeable and proactive chartered accountants are highly experienced with the execution of London company accounts for companies of all sizes.
Exceptional as Standard
We pride ourselves on the outstanding service, professionalism and skill of all our London accountants
Your own accountant there for you when you need it. And if they aren’t available, an alternative will be assigned to deal with urgent issues
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We always keep our advice, guidance and explanations clear and easy to understand
Punctual & Timely
Company accounts produced within your set timeframe, speedy responses to correspondence, and calls returned same working day
The timely and proper filing of annual accounts are one of your most important responsibilities as a business owner. However, doing so can be both time-consuming and complicated.
Engaging a chartered accountant with expertise in the management and administration of company accounts in London will alleviate the pressure, leaving you with more time to run your business.
We take the time to deliver a fully comprehensive, bespoke service to each and every client, ensuring that your annual accounts and returns are submitted on time and to the highest level of accuracy.
We will work on your behalf for the full execution of your organisation’s annual accounts. Our job is to minimise your costs, reduce hassle and add value to your business in the process.
If you prefer to handle your own company accounts, we can still offer thorough support to whatever extent you need to meet all your statutory requirements to a perfect standard.
Your Profit and Loss Statement
Demonstrating your company’s profit/loss over the period
Showing the cumulative value of your company, based on assets, liabilities, capital and reserves
Offering information about transactions between company and directors
Depending on the size of your company, you may also be required to include a Directors’ Report and Auditor’s Report
The normal time permitted for delivering your company accounts for the year to Companies House is nine months from your ARD (Accounting Reference Date).
Your first ARD is a year from the last day of the month your company was incorporated. So, if you incorporated on 16 August 2019, your first ARD would be 31 August 2020.
Copies of statutory accounts need to be sent to:
✓ Companies House
✓ Anyone who attends your company’s AGM
Your first accounts need to be filed 21 months following your Companies House registration.
Late penalty charges can be steep. If you’re late in filing your company accounts by up to a month, it’s a £150 fine. If you are late by over six months, you could be looking at £1,500 in late payment penalties.