Ackland Webb Accountants
Under the Companies Act 2006, your company does not needs a company secretary. However, you still need to prepare and submit documents to Companies House on a regular basis, including confirmation statements, accounts, and notice about changes to your registered office, directors and year end. As a business owner, do you know what is required and do you really have time to keep on top of it?
We help you uphold your integrity and financial credibility
With Ackland Webb acting as your company secretary, we not only deal with the completion and electronic submission of relevant documents to Companies House – we also ensure that the financial information you make public is in your best interests.
The information held on public record is extremely important to the integrity and financial credibility of your company. For example, there are advantages and disadvantages to the fact that small companies can file abridged accounts (simply a balance sheet and limited information about assets, liabilities and net reserves).
On the one hand, this reduced public disclosure can aid a company’s competitiveness by limiting the information people can access on their margins and profitability. On the other, it limits the amount of information available to credit referencing agencies and, as such, reduces the degree to which a company’s credit status can be properly assessed. We’ll advise you on the best course of action for your business, depending on your unique circumstances and aims.
If you would like to discuss how we might assist you, please contact us for a no-obligation initial meeting.