Accounts and See Ltd

Accounts and See Ltd

Accounts and See Ltd locationFindon, West Sussex

Accounting, Tax, Bookkeeping, Business planning, financial advice, office administration and management. We can provide the highest quality of services at the lowest fees due to our location in a rural area and electronic working means we do not have to be close to our clients geographically.

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35 Homewood, Findon, Worthing BN14 0XA, UK

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What kind of accounting services do you provide?

Year end account production for filing at Companies House, year end accounts for sole traders and partnerships.
Management accounts
Payroll and returns
Tax reviews and planning
Business planning
Company Secretarial services
Business Growth and Valuations
Contractors and IR35
Employee remuneration planning

Why is it so important for businesses to hire a great accountant?

Every business, big or small, needs to hire an accountant to protect the financial integrity of the organisation. Many business owners think that with the assistance of handy software such as QuickBooks, they can personally handle the accounting, and truth be told, that is the biggest mistake a business owner can make. When business owners decide not to hire an accountant they are usually motivated by the savings they think they will achieve, but fact of the matter is a good accountant can be one of the most worthwhile investments made in the business, and in the end can actually end up saving the company money.
Hiring the right accountant can be a valuable asset to your business, no matter how small, and can provide many benefits at various stages of growth.
An accountant can help you figure out the best way to use your assets for the most beneficial financial advantage. The financial health of your small business is best left to a professional who can help guide the process and offer valuable counsel on what information is key for any business to be aware of. While small business owners are often usually experts in their own field or industry, rarely are they either accounting, tax or legal experts. An accountant can provide information that will shed valuable light on how to save and manage money for the best chance of success for your business.
Benefits of Having An Accountant
Small business owners can often be heard to say that they can’t afford an accountant or that they think an accountant is just there to fill out forms to keep the tax man happy.An accountant is much more than that, and finding the right accountant will not only save you time and money but she or he will also help you to grow your business.
Your time is best spent doing what you’re good at. If you have a very simple business then you can probably complete most of the forms yourself. But will you be completing them correctly? Will you be getting them in on time?
If you miss a deadline for important documents, such as submitting company accounts to HMRC, then you can face quite heavy fines.
If you incorrectly complete a document then the best case scenario is that it’ll be sent back to you to do again. The worst case scenario is that it’s sent back to you in the hands of a tax inspector who wants to pore over every single piece of paper.
An accountant will complete the appropriate forms for you and return them to the appropriate authority in order and on time. Leaving you free to focus on earning more money.
Saving you money
So lets assume time isn’t an issue and you’re 100% confident you know how to complete all of those forms correctly. Perhaps you even have a computer program to do it for you. How else can you benefit from using the services of an accountant?
Completing the forms correctly is one thing. Doing them in the way that’s going to save you the most money is another. A good accountant will make sure you take advantage of every legal way to minimise your tax bill.
Recently there was a lot of fuss in the media about private equity venture capitalists (ie: very rich people) paying less tax (in percentage terms) than the cleaners that worked in their office buildings. Regardless of the moral rights and wrongs – this was because their accountants made sure they took advantage of every possible allowance and benefit.
A good accountant will make sure that you and your company take full advantage of the ever-changing tax laws to make sure you pay as little tax as possible.
That’s time and money covered. They are after all the two main commodities we could do with more of when starting and growing a business. Personally I think the above two benefits on their own justify the cost. There is however a third benefit that far outweighs the above
Growing Your Business
As well as doing the paperwork and minimising your tax bill – your accountant can also be a great source of advice to help you grow your business. In order for your business to be a success it’s important that you take the correct financial and managerial decisions early on. A few wrong moves in the early days can put you out of business – I can testify to that myself from past experience.
An accountant can act as a sounding board. He or she knows your business almost as well as you do and probably knows the financial side of it even better. Objective input from someone that knows your business but doesn’t have the emotional attachment to it that you do is priceless.
An accountants advice and input can be as valuable, if not more so, than the number crunching and form filling. Some charge additional for this service, some include it as part of their standard package.

Why should our clients choose you?

So if you are looking for an accountant with an excellent reputation, a superior customer service and reasonable fees in Littlehampton, Bognor Regis, Chichester, Worthing, Goring by Sea, Rustington, East Preston, Arundel or West Sussex, contact us for your free initial consultation.

Services provided by Accounts and See Ltd

Accounts and See Ltd Services

Year end accounts

Prepare accounts to help in completion of self-assessment and corporation tax returns; Produce financial statements to file at Companies House and abbreviated accounts to ensure the minimum amount of your financial information is made public. Accounts are prepared to agreed timescales and deadlines. But we can do more than just report the history of what's already happened... Identify areas where we can assist in minimising your tax liability; Identify areas of the business that give you the most opportunity to make improvements; Use the accounts to help you measure where you are in meeting your goals and what actions you need to take. We take the time to explain your accounts to you so that you understand what is going on financially within your business, helping you to plan for the future.

Management Accounts

Up to date, relevant and quickly produced management information allows you to make the right decisions. Our management accounts and information services include... Monthly or quarterly management accounts; Reporting of key performance indicators that are the underlying drivers that run your business; Help with in-house systems for you to produce your own information; Training on how to get the most out of your information; Supplying management information to lenders; Branch/Divisional results; Actual performance compared to budget and/or comparative periods; Costing information, including break-even turnover levels.


Let us take the strain away from you and let you get on with running and growing the business. Payroll is complicated and has to be done on time and you as the employer are responsible for the mistakes. We run payrolls on time and can provide a tailor made service for your business including... Employee payslips; Monthly summaries; Departmental reports; Dealing with leavers and starters; Provision of analysis of staff costs; Real Time Information (RTI) PAYE returns for the Revenue; Assistance with automated payment set-up to your employees; CIS returns completed by us. You will never have to worry about calculating statutory sick pay or maternity pay and dealing with tax credits and student loan deductions ever again! And at year end... Employer Annual Return P35; Employee summary P60's; P11D and P9D benefit and expenses returns.

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