Oct 10, 2018
Here is a list of articles aimed at startups, entrepreneurs and small businessmen. They deal with the chore of bookkeeping with regard to completing annual UK government financial returns and paying the resulting taxes*.
Submitting annual returns to Companies House and HMRC can be a real pain. Get the filing dates clear in your head and set up login access well in advance.
The new Companies House Confirmation Statement is the first annual submission you have to do. Relax, it’s fairly simple, but it’s due shortly after your first year of trading.
You can help your accountant by using the same software he does, or just help yourself get your accounts straight.
Some basic tips on what you need to do to keep track of your business finances, professionally.
What registration, if any, is required to operate as a sole trader in the UK?
Self-employed? Get your registration with HMRC sorted out well in advance of your filing dates.
HMRC will gladly take all the money you offer them, but, hey, it’s probably be smarter not to, eh?
General UK tax avoidance tips for businesses and persons.
Not everyone needs to register for VAT; only those whose turnover is above a certain amount, yearly.
A list of things an accounts clerk typically does for an established company.
Most useful: what to look out for when hiring an accountant.
Are you sure you need to start a business?
Company not doing well, or maybe you want to keep it as a placeholder for a while?
When you’ve earned the money, some ideas about how to hold onto it.
*Please note: These articles are for informational usage only and Registered Address Limited accepts no liability as to their currency or accuracy.