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Specialties

Do you need accurate accounts preparation?

We take the time to explain your accounts to you so that you understand what is going on financially within your business, helping you to plan for the future. We do more than just repeat the history of what has already happened…

  • ZEmployment status disputes
  • ZRepairs v capital disputes
  • ZPrivate usage adjustments
  • ZCapital allowances – is it plant or property?
  • ZSettlements legislation – the classic husband and wife company scenario
  • ZEmployment status disputes
  • ZRepairs v capital disputes
  • ZPrivate usage adjustments
  • ZCapital allowances – is it plant or property?
  • ZSettlements legislation – the classic husband and wife company scenario

Prepare Accounts

Accounts preparation in Swansea & Neath to help in completion of self-assessment tax returns

Produce Financial Statements

to file at Companies House and abridged accounts to ensure the minimum amount of your financial information is made public

Work to your Timescales

Accounts Preparation in Swansea & Neath to agreed timescales and deadlines.

Minimising tax liability

Identify areas where we can assist in minimising your tax liability

Make improvements

Identify areas of the business that give you the most opportunity to make improvements

Help meet your goals

Use the accounts to help you measure where you are in meeting your goals and what actions you need to take

Accounting Preparation – Audit Swansea

Do you know why you need an audit or why you should have one?

An audit involves a detailed review of the company’s accounting systems and systems of control and also requires a detailed understanding of the company’s business.  We can advise you if you need an audit and if not, you can save on accountancy fees!  However, we aim to deliver hassle-free audits and there are good reasons for having an audit even if you are not required by law to have one.

Business Focus

The review required for an audit can provide increased opportunities to provide proactive business advice on many matters

Financial Integrity

An unqualified audit report can improve the status of the accounts in the eyes of banks and commercial lenders, the Taxman and suppliers who may be seeking credit references, etc.

Increased Credibility

A history of accounts with clean audit reports can also be a factor if you ever wish to sell the company or, perhaps, take it to the market.

Features

Don’t take the risk, get covered with Fee Protection

HMRC has powers to investigate income tax and corporation tax payers at random. With the ever increasing risks of full tax enquiries and investigations, it’s worth considering protecting yourself from the accountancy costs of dealing with it as the amount of work involved is often substantial. We cannot prevent you from being investigated by the Taxman, but we can help to ensure that you get the best possible support and advice without having to worry about the cost.

Employment Status Disputes

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Repairs v Capital Disputes

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Private Usage Adjustments

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Capital Allowances

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Settlements legistlation

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WBV ACCOUNTANTS

Let us handle your Accounting Preparation

The following are the main reasons why you will be required by law to have a statutory audit…

You are a PLC or a banking, insurance or finance company (or a subsidiary of one of these).

You are required by your professional or trade organisation to have your accounts audited. Your shareholders do not agree to opting out of the audit. However, companies (including LLP’s) are exempt from having a statutory audit if they meet 2 of the 3 following conditions…

Your turnover is below £10.2 million. Your balance sheet total is below £5.1 million. You have less than 50 employees