Year End Accounts

Every business needs to prepare its Financial Accounts for HMRC and Companies House. The ‘year end’ refers to the day that your company’s financial period ends.

If you’re a sole trader, we recommend setting your year end at April 5th to match the end of the tax year. This avoids confusion with HMRC and will also align with your self assessment tax return.

If you run your business through a limited company, then Companies House will set your year end as a year after the end of the month in which you created the company.

At Accounting Simplified we can prepare your accounts from whatever bookkeeping records you have – whether they be computerised, spreadsheets, a cashbook or a bag of receipts. We will check that you are claiming everything you are entitled to.

Our dedicated professional and friendly service will deal with this time-consuming end of year task for you.

Contact us for a free consultation.