Tailored accounting for small businesses in Cambridge
Our accounting, tax and financial services are offered as a stand-alone service or ask us to incorporate these into your fixed-price accounts package
Bookkeeping & VAT Returns
Bookkeeping is an essential part in running a successful business in Cambridge. Being VAT registered means that you have an obligation to file returns with HM Revenue & Customs (HRMC) on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis.
CKLG Accountants in Cambridge prepare management accounts for a number of start-up and growing business throughout the year. Our Cambridge Accountants are on hand to support and advise you for all your business accounting needs.
Now that private companies are no longer required to have a company secretary, our Cambridge business support services team can take care of all your company's administration tasks.
Recent changes to the payroll process require employers to report PAYE information to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in real time. Our Cambridge payroll managers can run weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual payrolls to suit your business needs.
CKLG Accountants can as your registered office in Cambridge. If you want our address to be your company's registered office address ask us to incorporate this into your fixed monthly package.
Benefits in Kind, P11d's and Dispensation
If your company provides directors or employees with benefits, or reimburses business expenses, it is necessary to make an annual return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). You may be able to apply for a dispensation, negating filing requirements.
Self-Assessment Tax Returns
Self-Assessments Tax Returns are required by HMRC for a range of personal and business reasons. If you would like us to manage your Self-Assessment Tax Return, our Cambridge Tax Advisers can incorporate this into your fixed monthly accounting package.
We can register your company with HMRC for you and ensure that all VAT Returns are completed as necessary.
Knowing how much your business is worth might seem simple; however, it is easy to under or over estimate the value. By reviewing the financial history of the business and any industry reports, we can make an informed and impartial valuation of how much your business is worth in the current market.