Partnership Accounts

A Partnership unless a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) or a Limited Partnership (LP) is registered only with HMRC. These partnerships are generally referred to as “Ordinary Partnership” or “General Partnership”. There is no legal requirement to prepare the partnership accounts. However, the partnership still needs to prepare and file a partnership tax return with HMRC.

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LP Accounts

There is no requirement for a limited partnership (LP) to send accounts to us unless The Partnerships (Accounts) Regulations 2008 (SI 569/2008), as amended by the Companies and Partnerships (Accounts and Audit) Regulations 2013, apply.Where these regulations apply, any General Partners that are UK limited companies must attach a copy of the’ partnership’s accounts to the

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LLP Accounts

Every limited liability partnership (LLP) in the UK must prepare and file the company’s accounts referred to as the “Statutory Accounts” annually. The LLP accounts should be filed with the Companies House and HMRC (together with the LLP’s tax return) annually.What do the LLP Accounts include?The LLP’s statutory accounts must include the following statements:Statement of

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Management Accounts

Why is Management Information vital? Obtaining regular, reliable management information is vital to the continued success of any business, and property business is no exception. UK Property Accountants work closely with you to get to know your business so we can make suggestions to help improve profits or to develop and grow your business.We can

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Service Charge Accounts

Service charge accounts are highly specialised and require expertise and an understanding of the sector and various rules and regulations affecting the service charges. As property specialist accountants and tax advisers, UK Property Accountants are specialist service charge accountants who have an expert team to make service charge accounting smooth.Our service charge accounts team has

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Company Accounts

Every limited company in the UK must prepare and file the company’s accounts referred to as the “Statutory Accounts” annually. The statutory accounts should be filed with the Companies House and HMRC (together with the corporation tax return) annually.What do the Company Accounts include?The company’s statutory accounts must include the following statements:Statement of Financial Position

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