KNBC is London based, fully qualified and licensed firm of accountants specializing in tax, accounting and management for start ups, small and medium businesses. We work in partnership with our clients, understanding their specific needs and creating a tailored service, backed by technical expertise. We work across a wide range of sectors providing professional service on many business levels.

For limited companies (Ltd) and limited liability partnerships (LLP)

  • Business plans.
  • Incorporation of limited companies and limited liability partnerships (LLP).
  • Tax registrations with HMRC.
  • Full bookkeeping with monthly reporting.
  • Management accounting and reporting.
  • Administration of payroll and PAYE/CIS.
  • Administration of VAT for all schemes and EC sales list.
  • Corporation Tax/Business Tax.
  • Self assessment for directors and partners.
  • HMRC agent services.
  • Tax planning and advice for companies and directors.
  • Annual accounts production.
  • Companies House administration.
  • Credit control and aged creditors administration.

For self employed (sole traders) and partnerships.

  • Business plans.
  • Business registration with HMRC.
  • Additional Tax registrations.
  • Self assessment.
  • Full bookkeeping and monthly reporting.
  • Administration of payroll and PAYE/CIS.
  • Administration of VAT for all schemes and EC sales list.
  • HMRC agent services.
  • Tax planing and advice.
  • Credit control and aged creditors administration.

 

Freelancers

If you are about to start contracting or freelancing then you should consider setting up your new business in the way so that you minimize your long term tax liabilities, while maximizing your income and making it easy for your customers to deal with you.

Setting up and running a limited company, where you become a director and shareholder, is the most tax efficient way of working and has a number of advantages. For example, you can claim back a wider range of expenses, including accountancy fees, mileage and subsistence, accommodation etc. and you can also access a VAT scheme known as the flat rate scheme, which allows you, depending on your industry to increase your turnover by up to 10% by keeping some part of the VAT that you receive from your agency or main contractor as additional income. Running your own company is not extremely difficult and, with the assistance of a good accountant, is no more challenging than any other form of trading.

Limited Companies are much more tax efficient than any other form of trading including umbrella companies and self employment and it is perfect for most industries like IT, design, pharmaceutical, construction and construction related, transportation, medical and nursing (VAT exempt) etc.

Incorporate and run your independent limited company with KNBC. You will have full control of your tax and financial affairs without any deductions of your earnings at source.

We are experienced accountants and with over 1000 small limited companies as our clients, we can provide high quality services and competitive fixed fees.

Please call or email us today to find out more.

Our services and advice are compliant with HMRC’s  IR35 regulations

 

Limited Company Administration Guide

Dear Client,

This booklet identifies the main administrative requirements, supporting process and provides additional information about  management and statutory requirements of your limited company.

From the beginning your designated personal advisor will be available to provide you with advice and assistance with tax, accounting and bookkeeping of your limited company.

You can contact us on 0203 475 5561 or email info@knbc.co.uk. Our office is open  Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm.

Professional Details:

KNBC is fully qualified, licensed and regulated by AAT (Members in Practice) to provide accounting and tax advice service and is fully insured by Professional Indemnity Insurance.

KNBC is registered with Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) to comply with personal data protection regulations.

Professional credentials

  • Practicing Licence Number: MAAT 20103843
  • Professional Indemnity Insurance Number: Hiscox 1974789
  • Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Number: ZA173287
  • Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Number: 767772
Contents:

  1. Incorporation and Tax Registrations
  2. Setting up your business bank account
  3. Monthly Administration
  4. Liaising with your clients or agencies
  5. VAT
  6. Payroll
  7. Year Accounts, corporation tax and self assessment
  8. Invoicing
  9. Changes to your limited company details
  10. Advice and consultation
  11. Recommendations
  12. Closing your company and terminating our appointment
  13. Payments to KNBC
  14. Engagement letter
  15. Comments, queries and complaints
  16. Other services – mortgage advice for directors and contractors
  17. Other services – protection advice for directors and contractors
  18. Other services – invoice discounting, invoice finance and factoring
  19. Other services – VOSA operator license applications

 

1.            Incorporation and Tax Registrations

The company must be incorporated with Companies House and registered for some of the following tax services with HM Revenue & Customs:

  • Corporation Tax
  • VAT (Standard)
  • VAT (FRS)
  • Euro VAT
  • PAYE
  • CIS
  • SA for Directors
  • Other Taxes

2.            Setting up your business bank account

After the incorporation of your limited company, you will be required to set up your business bank account. Most of the retail banks have limited company bank accounts on offer. The fastest way to have it arranged is to visit the bank personally. Usually you will need to provide:

 

  • Contact details
  • Business name and address, nature of business and legal status
  • Start date (if applicable), anticipated turnover and funding requirements
  • Date you moved into your home address
  • Previous address details (if at current address for less than three years)
  • Existing bank account details
  • Date, country and city of birth; and country of nationality and residence
  • Incorporation details (if a Limited Company)Personal name and address

 

Please let us know if you have any problems with opening your bank account. We can help you to set up the account online or offer alternative solutions for clients with negative or no credit history.

 

3.            Monthly Administration

 To keep your books up to date and submit your taxes to HMRC on time, please send us the following bookkeeping and accounting documents on a monthly basis:

  • Business bank accounts statements and business credit card statements
  • Sales invoices (if raised independently), credit notes and remittance advices
  • Purchase invoices and receipts
  • Mileage book for clients using private cars
  • Subsistence schedule (days at work)
  • Copy of all correspondence from/to HMRC and Companies House
  • Business expenses (deductable expenses)

We will be sending you messages on your email address every month to remind you about the bookkeeping and accounting documents. Online expenses form can also be completed conveniently on our website at: http://www.knbc.co.uk/clients/expenses-form/

 

4.            Liaising with your clients or agencies

We will send your details to your clients or agency and speak to them on your behalf. We will explain and clarify your limited company status and confirm your registration for VAT (if registered). The agency will normally require copy of your incorporation certificate, VAT certificate (if registered), limited company bank letter and sometimes copy of your business insurance policy. We will supply your agency with all the documents required to have your company operational as soon as possible.

Please let us know your agency or client details, telephone number and contact person at the registration with KNBC.

 

5.            VAT

If your company is registered for VAT, we will prepare your VAT return on a quarterly basis. It is very important for us to receive all your bookkeeping and accounting documents on time, for your VAT quarter. The VAT return will be submitted by us in the month following the end of your VAT quarter. We will send you the VAT submission report and detail VAT report on your email. The email will also specify the amount to pay and deadline for payment.

The deadline for submitting the return online and paying HMRC are usually the same, 1 calendar month and 7 days after the end of an accounting period. You need to allow time for the payment to reach HMRC’s account. For the clients choosing to pay by direct debit, the payment will be debited from your bank account around 12 days after the month end.

We will proactively advise clients to ensure compliance with VAT legislation and to reduce the risk of HMRC penalties that can arise if a mistake is made.

 

6.            Payroll

We will be creating and sending  your e-payslips on monthly basis and submitting the data about the PAYE and NIC to HMRC in form of RTI. The payslips will be secured by password made from the first four letters of the employee’s last name followed by the first four characters of your National Insurance Number.  All characters must be entered in lowercase and punctuation characters are not included in the password.

On the quarterly basis you will receive a P32 report, with payroll information and amount of tax and NIC to pay to HMRC and instructions for payments and reference numbers. The payment needs to be made to HMRC by the 22nd of the month following the quarter end.    

We will also send you a P60 on annual basis with a summary of your employment earnings and tax paid to HMRC.

 

7.            Year end accounts, corporation tax and self assessment

All limited companies must file their accounts to Companies House. The time allowed for delivering accounts to Companies House is 9 months from the accounting reference date.

All limited companies must also pay Corporation Tax on their profits within 9 months and 1 day of your company’s financial year end. Standard financial year is 12 months from when the company was formed.

As a director and shareholder of your company, you will also be required to submit your self assessment tax return until 31 January following the end of the tax year in April.

We will ensure that all your statutory deadlines are met and will prepare and submit all tax returns and forms for you. Our advisor will contact you near the end of your company’s year end to assess and suggest improvements to your compliance and when combined with our corporate tax advice, we will ensure that you are not paying any more tax that you absolutely need to.

 

8.            Invoicing

We will raise and send invoices on your behalf and send them to your clients, all we require from you is to send us your time sheet/ quotation/ pro forma and we shall be happy to raise and electronically send the invoice to your clients and yourself. We are also happy to liaise and deal with invoicing queries from your clients and help in any way we can.

 

9.            Changes of your company details

Our service includes company secretarial and we will change your company’s details with Companies House and HM Revenue & Customs. Change of details is free with HMRC and most of the secretarial changes with Companies House are also free of charge.

 

10.          Advice and consultation

We don’t charge additional fees for advice and consultation on the phone if you are one of our regular clients. Please let us know if you need any help and advice related to your limited company and personal tax and business affairs.

 

11.          Referral Scheme

All clients are encouraged to recommend our services to their colleagues and friends. For every recommendation, we offer a financial incentive. The incentive can be paid by cheque directly or deducted from our monthly invoice. All additional details about the referral scheme can be found on our website at www.knbc.co.uk/referral.

 

12.          Closing your company and terminating our appointment

The company can be closed at any time if you decide to cease trading. We will require 30 days termination notice to prepare all required documents and tax returns to Companies House and HM Revenue & Customs. We will apply to Companies House to have your company dissolved and close all your tax services. The Companies House will publicize the proposal to strike off of your company to ensure that any interested parties have an opportunity to challenge the process. The company will then be removed off the companies house register and will no longer exist. The Companies House will charge £10 for closing the company.

 

13.          Payments to KNBC

Our invoices will be raised on a monthly basis and sent to you on your email address. The fees will be collected by direct debit. Payments can also be made by card on our website, by phone or BACS depending on our individual arrangement.

 

 14.          Engagement Letters

In our electronic engagement letter, we have set out all your standard costs, charges and a list of the services that we will provide for you, as well as the legal details of our engagement. Please refer to the engagement letter for more details of our engagement.

 

15.          Comments, queries and complaints

If you have any comments, queries or complaints about our service, then please call us and ask to speak to senior managers. You can also complete a client satisfaction form that is available on our website and request to be called by a senior manager.

We are fully regulated and licensed AAT members and practice to provide tax and accounting advice services and we recognize that sometimes we may fail to meet your expectations and the standards we set for ourselves. Where this is the case, we take all possible steps to put things right. We investigate all complaints thoroughly and deal with issues promptly. However, if we have offered a resolution that you are unhappy with, or don’t respond, you can lodge a complaint through our Conduct and Compliance team at aatstandards@aat.org.uk. If a complaint relates to misconduct, or a breach of AAT regulations or guidance during the investigation, the AAT consider taking disciplinary action against the AAT member. In some cases, the AAT may be able to act as conciliator between you and the AAT member under our conciliation guidelines.

 

16.          Other Services – mortgage advice for directors and contractors

KNBC trading as Capital Place is authorized by FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) to provide whole of market mortgage advice. KNBC provides comprehensive advice and lending arrangements for all directors and contractors interested in purchase of a property.

 

17.          Other Services – protection advice for directors and contractors

KNBC trading as Capital Place is authorized by FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) to provide protection advice in relation with life insurance, critical illness cover and income protection. KNBC specializes in comprehensive advice and arrangement of covers for contractors and company directors.

 

 18.          Other Services – Invoice discounting, invoice finance and factoring

KNBC works with invoice finance providers and can help to arrange and implement cash flow solutions like invoice discounting, invoice finance and factoring. Invoice discounting and factoring is an alternative solution to traditional types of business finance, and provides you with instant access to cash tied up in your outstanding invoices.

 

 19.          Other services – VOSA operator license application

KNBC can assist you with application for VOSA Operators License. We can complete your application and advise you on additional license requirements, contact transport manager, arrange public notice, maintenance and operation center.

 

 

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