From preparing your accounts, tax and VAT returns and simple book-keeping to advising on company formation, partnerships and share valuations, Neal & Co offers a full range of accountancy and tax services to meet the needs of businesses of all shapes and sizes, alongside advice for individuals.
We offer a full range of accounts preparation services, working either from your own accounting records or in conjunction with our bookkeeping service. This includes the preparation of annual accounts and company returns and filing with Companies House and keeping you compliant with regulatory requirements. We also prepare and submit annual corporation tax returns.
As well as ensuring you fulfil your obligations to the relevant authorities, we can advise you on the most efficient way to minimise your corporation tax liabilities. We help you take full advantage of available tax reliefs and allowances, and determine the most tax effective structure for your business, as well as acting on your behalf with HMRC. This all helps save you time and money, allowing you to focus on running your business.
For more information about our accounts preparation and tax planning services, contact: email@example.com
You have a great idea for a new business, enthusiasm to get you off the ground and customers lined up and waiting. The last thing you want to do is spend hours on admin, dealing with the authorities and trying to understand all the regulations.
That’s where we come in. Neal & Co can advise on all aspects of starting a business, including:
For more information about our business start up services, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The day to day running of a successful business sometimes means it’s hard to focus on moving it onto the next stage.
At Neal & Co we’ve helped firms of all sizes and in many different sectors grow and develop their businesses. We work closely with business owners and managers to create a plan for growth based on a full SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats). We can help you realise those plans by advising on tax-efficient options for corporate finance.
Sometimes a merger or acquisition is the best way for your business to grow. In this case, we can help identify targets, prepare plans and help with negotiations, as well as advising on your tax position and finance options.
For more information about our business development and corporate finance services, contact email@example.com
Keeping up to date with the statutory requirements of the Companies Act is a bureaucratic burden we can ease for you. This leaves you free to concentrate on what you do best: running your business.
You can trust Neal & Co’s experts to look after all the necessary responsibilities and duties of a company secretary including:
For more information about our company secretarial services, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Owner managed and family businesses are the backbone of the British economy. They combine entrepreneurial drive with the passion and commitment that comes from upholding a family tradition.
Alongside this drive and commitment, though, comes potential pitfalls. Family and owner managed businesses need to ensure they have the best corporate structure, the right people in the right jobs, and that they plan for transitions in a professional way. Don't just rely on personal or family ties and loyalties to work in the company’s favour.
Neal & Co has worked with many family businesses for over half a century and we are perfectly placed, together with our financial planning team, to offer advice on business development, succession planning, corporate finance, tax and insurance.
For more information about our services for owner managed and family businesses, contact email@example.com
Making Tax Digital is part of UK Government’s plans to modernise the tax system. The plan is for every business to use apps and software to keep their records up to date, and file their tax returns online.
The original timetable for implementation has been delayed. Currently, only businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold (£85,000) will be required to keep digital records from 2019 onwards, and only for VAT.
Other records, and businesses with lower turnovers, will be required to keep online records some time after 2019. We will keep you up to date with the timescales as and when they are announced.
Neal & Co already supports Sage One cloud-based accounting. By moving your accounts to an online package like Sage One, complying with the new regulations – whenever they happen – will be much more straightforward.
For more information about Making Tax Digital and online accounting, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Online or cloud-based accounting represents a step into the future for many businesses. If you’re used to keeping paper accounts, making the move online – which all businesses will have to do in the coming years as part of the Government’s Making Tax Digital strategy – could at first appear a little daunting.
Neal & Co supports Sage One online accounting which allows you to manage your data online and have instant access to the information you need. Sage One is cloud-based, so all of your information and data is stored online with bank-level security. Not only does this protect your and your clients’ information from digital hackers, it also means anyone who needs to access your company accounts can do so, safely and securely.
We’re all getting more used to banking and shopping online – now accessing your accounts can be just as simple, straightforward and reliable too. With Sage One you can upload and view information wherever you are – at your desk or on the go, via an app for your smartphone or tablet.
For more information about our cloud-based accounting services, contact email@example.com
Many of our clients are increasingly enjoying the benefits of outsourcing accounting functions like payroll, VAT and CIS (Construction Industry Scheme) payments to our financial professionals.
For small businesses the attractions are clear. If you only have a small office staff, or even have to do much of the admin work yourself, relieving your business of a such time-consuming regular activities can free up key staff to concentrate on more valuable work. But the benefits are just as relevant for larger businesses who can see significant cost savings from outsourcing non-core accounting functions.
We can administer PAYE, national insurance, statutory sick pay, maternity pay and student loan deductions; administer pension schemes and incentive schemes; complete statutory forms such as P33, P45 and P60; organise all payments and provide customised payslips.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
HMRC recognises companies which invest in research and development and rewards them with tax relief amounting to 225% of qualifying expenditure.
Your company does not have to be high tech or in the science or manufacturing sector to benefit. Any business which invests in an activity which can be proven to advance any of the following fields can quality for the benefit. There is no minimum spend level.
Submitting a claim can be quite complicated and time consuming, but we can make the whole process easier to understand.
For more information about how we can help you submit a valid R&D claim, contact email@example.com
If you’re selling your business, merging it with or buying another one; offering shares to the public or to employees; or planning for inheritance, divorce or gifts for children, you need to know the value of the shares in your business.
The price of shares is determined by obvious factors, such as how well a company is doing and how well it is likely to do in the future. These influence how attractive a company’s shares are likely to be to a potential purchaser. Share price can also be affected by wider issues such as the market in general, the economy and the political landscape.
Neal & Co experts have many years’ experience assessing share prices to give accurate valuations that are acceptable to the company and its potential investors. We are also experienced in drawing up shareholder agreements which meet with the approval of all relevant parties.
For more information about how we can help with share valuations and shareholder agreements, contact firstname.lastname@example.org