Limited Company Pricing

Our monthly packages are designed for busy business owners. We’ll take care of everything, so you can focus on running your business.

£100

/month

Silver

A simple solution with comprehensive support

Your own dedicated accountant

Completion of your accounts & self assessment

Simple cloud accounting software

Quarterly
VAT Returns

Back dated
tax return

Much more...

£200

/month

Gold

Comprehensive accountancy services for Limited Companies

Your own dedicated accountant

Completion of your accounts & Tax Return

Simple cloud accounting software

Monthly payroll
(3 employees)

Director Self
Assessment

Quarterly VAT Returns

£500

/month

Platinum

Suitable for companies with more complex needs

Your own dedicated accountant

Completion of your accounts & Tax Return

Simple cloud accounting software

Monthly payroll
(10 employees)

Account Reconciliation

Shareholders Administration (up to 5 shareholders)

What's included
In our service plans

Accounts Tracking

We keep a close eye on your business accounts and make sure your on track.

Service Team

All our plans give you access to our dedicated customer service team. 

Never miss a deadline

We your file date front of mind and are always working towards an early accounts file. 

Cost Savings

We will show you where you can cut costs from your tax bill to maximise your revenue.

Certified Partner

Stay organised

QuickBooks keeps everything in place, so always have what you need when you need it.

Get your time back

Sync with your bank and favourite apps, so your books are accurate and up to date.

Claim everything

Claim every entitlement at tax time with your expense receipts stored and sorted in QuickBooks.

Your money, faster

Speed up invoicing and grow your cash flow. You’ve done the work, let QB get you paid.

Let's start saving

Our team is ready and waiting. Get a custom quote below or choose from our pre defined plans. 

The most asked questions

The total tax and National Insurance (NI) paid by a small limited company is likely to be lower than a comparable unincorporated business when the taxable profits exceed the 40% level. Also, company profits do not attract National Insurance.

Salaries of directors of companies are subject to income tax and NI, but dividends paid out of company profits do not attract NI although there is a 19% tax on dividends. On the downside there may be capital gains tax implications when transferring assets (particularly goodwill) from an unincorporated business to a limited company. There is no right or wrong answer, it depends on your specific business so talk to a good accountant.

Only if you want to HMRC to calculate your liability for you. Otherwise the ultimate deadline is 31st January and after that you will pay penalties for not having filed returns. However, your accountant will want accounts way before January and probably start sending reminders any time after April. These may get more frantic as the year goes on! Do not leave everything to the last minute, otherwise stress levels will soar and mistakes will happen.

You must notify HMRC within 3 months to avoid a £100 penalty. If you’re approaching this deadline then contact us and we will help you get the form in on time.

With us, you get bookkeeping with a management accountant’s eye. You get advice, insights and training that you wouldn’t normally get from a bookkeeper.

You also get the peace of mind that comes from knowing you’re dealing with a company that has professional indemnity insurance and will be able to appreciate the bigger picture of your business