Hello and welcome to the site.Thank you for requesting I help you with your question.Please send me the documents and I will do my best again...
I prefer the abbreviated accounts as micro-entity accounts have some glitches.Many thanks
Thank you here is the link to the information: the "accounts" I have prepared and the screen shots of where I have got to
John, thank you for your reply.I will review your accounts and revert to you.
I did warn you of the glitches when using micro-entity accounts version software. It does not recognise negative net current assets.
Secondly, you have entered values in Boxes AC460/AC461=100
This is called up capital paid and not called up capital not paid. Please remove 100 from both boxes.
It is part of capital and reserves in the bottom half of balance sheet
I would like you to input the numbers using normal abbreviated accounts version HMRC software and let me know what error messages you get.
Hi: do you mean file abreviated accounts with companies house and then, separately file the CT600 with HMRC?
I hope this is helpful and answers your question.
If you have any other questions, please ask me before you rate my service – I’ll be happy to respond.
I just want to do whatever is the simplest and quickest thing to do.
In your opinión that isnt file them both at once because of glitches in the software: correct?
I have downloaded another CT600 to see if I can avoid submitted micro accounts and instead submit abreviated accounts but I cant find the option. I cant remeber now at what point I opetd into micro as opposed to abreviated.
I have been into companies house and put the figures into their software and, without submitting them, I have put the screenshots in dropbox for you to perhaps check over.
Just let me know what you think is the simplest and we'll do that.
John, thank you for your reply.I am reviewing your figures as you have input for Companies House filing.I would stay away from micro-entity accounts version using HMRC software because of glitches.John, you are making the same mistake again... please do not input any value in the box "called up share capital not paid".Also creditors should be input as negative for Companies House filing.Furthermore, total net assets must equal shareholders' funds.I hope this is helpful and answers your question.
I am happy to offer you additional service to ensure your accounts are correct. Please let me know if you need this service.
I have taken the figures you prepared for me last year both for CT600 and Abreviated accounts for Companies House and added a column for this year.
The results are in a document called Draft accounts in dropbox. I have put my figures and notes in blue and made my reasoning clear and I have tried to be consistent. The figures at the end of the abreviated accounts dont square although it looks like a simple solution.
I may be getting in a muddle regarding the revaluation reserve. If you could take a look and tell me where I may have gone wrong I would be very grateful.
John, thank you for your patience.I have reviewed your accounts and noted your comments.You have reflected retained profit for the year as a reduction in creditors. This is only one factor in the movement of creditors. In your accounts the bank balance has increased year on year. Where has extra cash come from?You need to make following entries/adjustments to make your accounts balanceInput AC58=6,003Input AC76=0 as you don't have revaluation reserve.Your final figures would readAC68/AC80=-3,958AC69/AC81=-5910Here is my version for your information
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Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.
If you are happy and there are no more issues I will appreciate if you would kindly rate/accept the service I provided to ensure I get credited for it.
Thank you I am just dealing with it all now. I want to get to the end of CT600 if that ok.
You have given me a fantastic service.
I have got to trading losses....I am not quite sure what to answer. As we made a trading profit the answer may be different to last years. I have put the screen shots in dropbox calle Trading Losses screen shots. Can you help please?
John, thank you for your reply.I am happy to help you with your additional questions and I hope you would recognise this additional work. I have previously sent you an offer for additional service.
Please send me the Trading losses page for y/e 30 Sep 2013 - computations section of CT600.
I know your trading losses carried forward for 2012 (CP240)=5,263 yet your loss after interest payable was 5,357.Many thanks
Thank you yes I am happy to recognise this additional work. Sahll we say 40€ to take me to the end of CT600 which would make it 100€ for the whole job?
I have added to the document in dropbox called Trading losses screen shots the pages of this section for last years CT600. I hope it contains what you need (I expect most of it is irrelevant).
Thank you once again.
Hi did you see my note about the payment? It was asking me for about 68€ and I had suggested an extra 40€ (suposing I had paid 60€). We should clarify this.
Thank you for your figures.
I have got to another part where they are asking for trading losses. I have put the screen shot of last years page in the same document in dropbox. What do I put in this year please?
Hi there the CT600 has been recieved by hmrc. I have been waiting for a message to say it has been acepted. I thought I would do that before wrapiing up with you. Do they send you one of those?
Yes I have receieved one of those. I suppose I was also expected a note saying the submission has been acepted.
Anyway thank you so much for all you help. I apreciate it.
is there anything left for me to do such as a rating or anything