YEAR end bookkeeping
Preparing year end bookkeeping and accounts in Sussex
Preparation is key for Year End accounts
Who has to submit Year End accounts? Who are our clients?
If you own a limited company, it’s essential that you submit your Year End accounts and Tax Return on time at the end of your financial year.
Sole traders and partnerships also have to submit Year End accounts, however this is more commonly known as the self-assessment tax return.
The good news is – if you’re not comfortable with doing your Year End accounts yourself – we can do it for you.
We help with:
Accounts for limited companies
Sole traders with their tax returns
Partnerships with their accounts and tax returns
Trust us to help you. Please contact us today for a personal quote.
Experts in Year End accounts
At Angel Bookkeeping & Payroll services, we offer a fast, accurate and affordable Year End accounting service for businesses just like yours.
And outsourcing couldn’t be simpler. We’ll get your accounts ready to submit and will make sure you claim absolutely everything you’re entitled to.
Working with us means you can:
- Stop worrying about making a mistake in your accounts
- Free up your time to get on with running your business
- Relax, knowing we’ll claim everything you’re entitled to
- Be confident your accounts are accurate
- Never worry about missing a deadline again
And we don’t just take on accounts from scratch. If you’ve already started your Year End accounts, but feel overwhelmed or confused, we can step in and sort everything out for you.
Key dates for Year End accounts
If you have a limited company, you must submit your Year End accounts to Companies House 21 months after your initial registration.
Subsequent accounts then need to be submitted within nine months of the end of your business’s financial year.
If you’re self-employed or in a partnership, your Year End accounts are your self-assessment tax return and are submitted to HMRC each year.
It’s worth noting, though, that from April 2026 – when the government switches to the Making Tax Digital Income Tax Self Assessment (MTD ITSA) system – everyone who is self-employed or landlords with an annual income of more than £50k will be mandated to submit a tax return five times a year under MTD ITSA. Those with income between £30K and £50K will be mandated from April 2027. HMRC will review the needs of smaller business, those under £30K, before taking any decision on further mandation of MTD ITSA.
What Year End accounting costs:
At Angel Bookkeeping & Payroll Services, we give you a bespoke price so that you never pay more than you need to.
The price of your Year End accounts will depend on a number of things, including the size of your business, the number of transactions, how your records are kept and the software you use.