Operating your own limited company is highly rewarding, it can also be financially beneficial to undertake. However, amongst managing clients, staffing, organising premises and developing your service offering you will also have to deal with the daunting and difficult task of managing your company’s finances.
We want to take this burden from you, and help you make a success of your business. With us, you can forget about the stress of VAT returns, company accounts, self-assessment, dealing with HMRC, and the many other daunting tasks that come with operating a limited company, allowing you to focus on what you do best.
Our dedicated team of specialist accountants will be on hand to guide you and deliver all the expertise and assistance needed to successfully operate and grow your business.
- Company formation
- Tax registration
- Year-end accounts
- Corporation tax
- Payroll bureau
- Dividend administration
- Dealing with HM Revenue and Customs and Companies House
- Quarterly V.A.T Calculations
- Support with Annual Returns
- Personal Taxation
- Tax planning
- Access to your own dedicated accountant for all help and advice
- MJKane Online portal
- Registered office address
- Free mortgage review
- Free IR35 review
What are the Benefits to a Limited Company?
Private Limited Companies that are privately owned businesses, referred to as a Limited (LTD) Company.
- Greater Tax efficiency
- Distinct Entity
- Limited Liability
- Professional Status
What is a Limited Company?
A Limited Company is owned by its shareholders and run by its directors. If you are opening your own Limited Company, you are both a director and shareholder, as well as its employee.
A Limited Company is a legal entity in its own right. In other words, it has its own legal rights and obligations. That means any profits and losses belong to the company; so, the business itself can continue regardless of the death, resignation or bankruptcy of any shareholders or directors.
A Limited Company offers limited liability. The company (as its own legal entity) is liable for its debts. The shareholders and directors are not personally liable. Their liability is limited to paying to the company what they have agreed to pay for their shares.