Limited Company Accounting Services

It does not matter if you are an electrician, gas engineer, plumber, builder, freelancer, contractor, beautician, hair salon, Amazon reseller, catering company, events company, retail or wholesale business, restaurant or manufacturing company we have the limited company accountant and limited company accounting package for you from as little as £40 per month.

Limited Companies provide access to a number of tax planning strategies and limited liability status.

Limited Company Accounting

Why use Accounting Wise for your Limited Company Accounting?

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Your Own Dedicated Limited Company Accountant

When you join us, you will receive your very own dedicated limited company accountants. Our fully qualified and friendly team will be on hand to help you throughout the year for all your financial queries.

Leading Accounting Software

Leading Accounting Software

You are provided with leading accounting software which will help reduce the time it takes to – provide quotes and invoices to customers, chase payments, and monitor outstanding balances.

Tailored Service

Tailored Services

Tax & Accounting packages tailored to suit your business. We are always straightforward in our services & pricing. We take care of your accounting and let you get on with making your business a success.

Unlimited Expert Advice

Unlimited Expert Advice

Your dedicated limited company accountant will always be on hand to answer any questions about your limited company. You can contact them via email, phone, live chat, Microsoft Teams or meet them in person.

Deadline Reminders

Regular Deadline Reminders

We send regular automated reminders to inform you of when your accounts and returns are due to be submitted, helping to ensure you never miss a deadline for your small business again.

We currently help over 850 individuals and businesses in the UK

Included in the Limited Company Accounting Package

What is a Limited Company?

Limited Company AccountingA limited company is a type of business structure that has been incorporated at Companies House as a legal ‘person’. It is completely separate from its owners, it can enter into contracts in its own name and is responsible for its own actions, finances and liabilities.

The owners of a company are protected by ‘limited liability’, which means they are only responsible for business debts up to the value of their investments or what they guarantee to the company.

A limited company must be registered at Companies House (UK registrar of companies) as ‘limited by shares’ or ‘limited by guarantee’. Limited by shares companies are owned by one or more shareholders and managed by one or more directors. Limited by guarantee companies are owned by one or more guarantors and managed by one or more directors.

The same person can be the owner and director, so you can set up a company by yourself or with other people.

Get in contact today if you are looking for a Limited Company Accountant to help with your Limited Company Accounting.

Limited Company Accounting

A limited company is a type of business structure that has been incorporated at Companies House as a legal ‘person’. It is completely separate from its owners, it can enter into contracts in its own name and is responsible for its own actions, finances and liabilities.

The owners of a company are protected by ‘limited liability’, which means they are only responsible for business debts up to the value of their investments or what they guarantee to the company.

A limited company must be registered at Companies House (UK registrar of companies) as ‘limited by shares’ or ‘limited by guarantee’. Limited by shares companies are owned by one or more shareholders and managed by one or more directors. Limited by guarantee companies are owned by one or more guarantors and managed by one or more directors.

The same person can be the owner and director, so you can set up a company by yourself or with other people.

Get in contact today if you are looking for a Limited Company Accountant to help with your Limited Company Accounting.

Benefits of being a Limited Company

Limited Liability

There are a number of reasons you might find it beneficial to trade through a Limited Company. The one major benefit is Limited Companies exist as an entirely separate legal entity from the business owner(s). This brings many advantages, perhaps the most important of which being limited liability. Limited liability means that the company’s assets are kept entirely separate from the business owners’ personal assets. So if the company gets into financial difficulty the business owners’ assets will be unaffected (unless personal guarantees have been signed). So if you have personal assets such as property that you wish to safeguard, then this is typically the safest option to choose.

Prestige

Limited Companies also have a perceived prestige over a Sole Trader or Partnership business. Primarily this is because private and public Limited Companies are the only way that larger businesses will trade. If you are looking to seek investment for your business then a Limited Company will typically be the right option due to the share structure that a company has along with the way a company separates business assets from personal ones.

Other Considerations

There are many other considerations to keep in mind when forming a Limited Company such as the legal responsibilities each director has, and that some information on your company will be publicly available via the Companies House website. Talk to to Accounting Wise today to find out which option is best suited to you and your business and to find our more about our Limited Company accounting package.

Our Accreditations

You can feel safe in the knowledge that we are experts in our field.

Our online accountants have a range of qualifications from the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). We are also an Institute of Certified Practising Accountants (ICPA) accredited firm, and a HMRC registered Agent.

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