Brebners can prepare your monthly or quarterly management accounts
Regular and reliable management accounts are essential to enable the results of a business to be monitored, and allow constructive advice to be given at the earliest opportunity.
Timely management information is often required by finance providers.
Our accounting management services department prepares monthly and quarterly management accounts which are tailored to each client's needs. Ensuring your accounting records are updated on a monthly or quarterly basis will also assist with the year-end accounts procedure and will help deal with matters as they arise.
The AMS department also prepares quarterly VAT returns and EC sales lists and can either file them on your behalf or forward the figures to you to file.
On an annual basis, the AMS department take the figures from the accounting records to prepare forms P11D. With the new HM Revenue & Customs penalty regime in force it is more important than ever to ensure that forms P11D and P11D(b)are submitted on time.
Did you know that even if you have nothing to report you must still submit a nil P11D(b) if you have been issued with one? See our Payroll section for more details.
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Brebners can prepare your annual statutory accounts
The professional, constantly updated technical knowledge our Accounts staff have, and our in-house systems, ensure that all compliance issues and disclosures necessary for statutory accounts are complied with.
As part of this service we will deal with HMRC IXBRL (Inline Extensible Business Reporting Language) filings - a new administrative burden placed on companies from April 2011, which has made it very difficult for clients to make their own filings with HMRC. We submit corporation tax returns and accounts to HMRC in this new format.
For more information and to arrange a free initial consultation, please contact a staff member listed within one of our specialist sectors if your business falls within one of these sectors. Alternatively contact: