Every UK company, charity and, indeed, branch of an overseas company needs to produce year end statutory accounts for filing at Companies House or the Charity Commission, as well as for their directors, shareholders and other stakeholders.

The various changing formats and options can lead to confusion and the preparation of the statutory accounts can feel like a huge hurdle for your finance team.

What form of accounts? Size really does matter!

Under the relatively new UK financial reporting regime there is a bewildering array of options in relation to the form of annual statutory accounts that you can or must prepare, many of which depend upon the size of your company. The format of the accounts ranges from Micro-Entity Accounts (FRS 105) through to accounts prepared under EU-adopted International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

How we can help

We can take away the pain of getting your annual statutory accounts completed accurately, using the right format for your business and on time. Our skilled team receive regular updates to ensure that they are up to date with all the issues and the latest guidance. Our staff have a wealth of experience to advise you on preparation of annual statutory accounts so the results are fully compliant with the rules applicable to your business and which present your company in the best possible light to the public, to your shareholders and to other stakeholders, such as your bankers.

For more information please contact Luke Bath or Sudheer Gupta

 

Sudheer Gupta
Sudheer Gupta
Chris Cairns
Chris Cairns
Dipali Buch
Dipali Buch
Quentin Earle
Quentin Earle
Chris Mantel
Chris Mantel
Luke Bath
Luke Bath
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Alex Reddock
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