Sole Trader

Sole Trader

As a sole trader and a conventional partnership, your accounts must follow accepted accounting practice to give a true and fair picture.

But the exact form of accounts is not laid down by law. In practice, this means you do not have to produce a balance sheet.

It would, however, be advisable to do so to impress your tax inspector or bank manager and to help you to keep a proper check on the financial position of your business.

It may also help you if you need confirmation of income from your business – for example, to get a mortgage to buy a house or make contributions to some personal pensions

If you are someone that is self employed and a sole trader then getting your accounts prepared correctly and producing a balance sheet starts from only £99.00

Don’t give yourself a headache,  leave the paperwork to the professionals.

Please contact me for details. 01303-253819/07870-365288 or use the Contact Form

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