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Thank you for your question..
Please advise if it is your first set of accounts you wish to file
What financial information is available .. are accounts in draft form etc
Thank you for your prompt reply.
Do you think it would be better we have a phone chat as I will guide you as you go through the form
When filing accounts are Companies House ..whether micro-entity or abbreviated accounts, you only file the balance sheet
what is your called up share capital.. share capital issued and paid for!
what is the loss for the year and how has it been funded?
is there a company bank account..if so, what was the balance at year end
assets are not earnings...
earnings and expenses are profit and loss account items and do not appear in any of the boxes on the balance sheet
Thank you for your reply.
To speed up matters, I am happy to prepare your accounts in the format required to file at Companies House from your excel file.
I will also need the bank balance at year end.
This would be done as additional service and please let me know if this is acceptable.
Here is my offer
Thank you fo ryour reply.
The accounts filed at Companies House for a requirement under Companies Act.
The accounts filed with the Tax Office are used to determine corporation tax due.
Its the propfit and loss account that shows profit fo rthe year on which tax is calculated and not the balance sheet.
You can't have zeros in all boxes on the balance sheet
Who told you that..it's incorrect.
If you file your accounts using HMRC software, you can file accounts at both Companies House and HMRC. You don't have to input accounts section twice.
I hope this is helpful.
Would you like me to continue with helping you?
Here is my revised offer
I am a qualified accountant in practise.
I will share information with you and you will file it.
Please make sure your records are clear and complete and that i don't have to do any book-keeping. I will review your records and prepare accounts from these records.