If your business needs help and guidance on appointing shareholders, managing paperwork and drawing up contracts, you need a neutral third-party who can oversee the whole process for you.
Countplus accounting can help you set up a new limited company. We’ll take care of all the associated accounting, tax and regulatory matters to help give you peace of mind and maximum possibility of success.
If your company was dissolved in the past, you can start it again through something called company restoration. In just a few steps you’ll be back in business, and Countplus can help you from start to finish.
Exit Planning Services
We offer experienced, professional help with preparing to exit your business and make it a seamless process for you.
Business Valuation Services
We provide business valuation services that deliver unbiased, accurate, and authoritative valuations at competitive prices.
Need to file a tax return? If you’re wondering “do I need to file a tax return?”, we’re here to help. You’ll need to complete a Self Assessment tax return each year if you’re self-employed, a company director or have earned: Over £2,500 from property rental Over £10,000 from savings
How does VAT work? If you’re just starting out, we can help you decide whether you need to be VAT registered from the outset or not. And we will continue to monitor your situation, so that should it become obligatory for you to register for VAT, we can deal with all
EIS and SEIS
Do you want to make your business dream a reality? Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) are two of the most popular tax reliefs for investment in small trading companies.
R&D Tax Relief
Am I eligible for R&D tax relief? If you’re wondering whether you’re eligible for R&D tax relief, we’re here to guide you through it. Generally, you’ll be eligible for R&D if you’re paying someone to solve some sort of technical problem.
Capital Gains Tax
What is Capital Gains Tax and do you need to pay it? Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is a tax on any profits you make whenever you sell (dispose of) an asset that has become more valuable since you received it. Individuals are charged Capital Gains Tax in respect of gains