Accounts are the financial records of an organisation that document business performance (income and expenditures) over a past period – typically a year. By law every business is expected to disclose a ‘true and fair view’ of their financial affairs, and as a result accounts are expected to comprise of several core elements, including a profit and loss account and a balance sheet.

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How good are you at managing your business’s finances? Do you keep a record of every transaction made? Do you meticulously store receipts? Do you stick to your budgets and keep all records neat, tidy and accessible?

If you, like many business owners, find it hard to muster up passion for old receipts and Excel spread-sheets, then you might be pleased to know that TWC love accounts enough to do them for you.

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Starting up in business can be a daunting prospect, with budding entrepreneurs all too often left to fend for themselves. We will help you to cut through the red-tape and support you at a crucial time in the life-cycle of your business.

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Proactive advice at the right time is the key to minimising the tax burden for businesses of all sizes.

At Together We Count all our clients rely on us to provide advice in the increasingly complex world of business tax and legislation. We have the experience and expertise to deliver fast responsive tax advice. Our request is that you tell us before you make changes, rather than after so that we can advise on the most tax efficient strategy.

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Contractors have to make monthly CIS returns to HM Revenue and Customs of the deductions that they have made from subcontractors and account for the tax deducted. If you have suffered CIS tax then Together We Count can account for this in the monthly CIS returns.

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Need help with setting up a Limited Company?

If you choose to set up a limited company when starting your business Together We Count can assist with this process.

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When running a hectic business you cannot afford to use valuable time making sure you are complying with the Companies Act. However you do need to be aware how this legislation affects your company and its directors. We can help by carrying out the company secretarial duties for you.

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All employers must ensure that they make the right deductions and pay their employees the right amount at the right time; so keeping accurate payroll records is really key to the overall process.

Employers must also adhere to the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system, which is HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) method of collecting Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions (NICs).

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If you work as a sole trader, freelancer or are a director then you’ll need to tell the tax man about the money you’ve earned and how much you spent to earn that money.

This needs to be done on a self assessment tax return each year. You can claim for items such as travel costs, mobile phone calls and for using your home as an office.

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