UK Accounting

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Producing UK dormant accounts for a UK company in USD/EUR

2018-07-15T10:32:53+00:00July 14 th, 2018|UK Accounting, UK Tax|

We are asked periodically about producing dormant accounts in the UK for UK company where the accounts currency is in either USD or EUR. Other currencies can of course be used. What constitutes a dormant company? Simply put this is a company that has been no transactions on the bank statement apart from perhaps a [...]

International Accountants in London

2018-04-23T17:58:20+00:00April 3 rd, 2018|Setting up in the UK, UK Accounting|

Every firm of international accountants in London are competitors. Every firm will register a company, register for VAT, payroll and provide on-going support and compliance. Over the years there have been specific names that come up time and time again –competing for the same type of work – foreign direct investment (FDI). FDI is the [...]

UK VAT Registration for online businesses

2017-08-10T15:14:08+00:00August 10 th, 2017|Setting up in the UK, UK Accounting, UK Legal, UK Tax|

HMRC's more rigorous approach to company's that need UK VAT Registration for online businesses set a precedent earlier this month (1 August 2017) with eBay resulting in customers no longer contracting with eBay Europe in Luxembourg, but now trading with eBay (UK) Ltd. This meant for the customers of eBay (UK) Ltd, that VAT will [...]

Benefits of a UK based accountant

2017-07-22T19:54:27+00:00February 24 th, 2017|Setting up in the UK, UK Accounting, UK Legal|

We sometimes hear people say that they do not need a UK based accountant for their UK operation, especially in the early days of setting up a UK business. Others have an approach that an accountant is just there to ‘fill out forms to keep the tax man happy’. For an overseas company having a [...]