Bookkeeping Services

Barrie Bookkeeping and Payroll Solutions offer a full range of bookkeeping services to ease the burden of accounting, and let you, the business owner, concentrate your time on developing & growing your business. Too many small businesses assume they have to pay the high prices that Chartered Accountants charge, and also have to wait for up to 6 months before their tax bill is calculated. We aim top complete all returns within 2 months.

Our practice will take care of all your bookkeeping needs, including:

  • Monthly accounts
  • Annual figures
  • VAT returns
  • Self-assessments
  • Payroll
  • Full submissions to Company's House
  • All communication with the Inland Revenue on your behalf & more

Barrie Bookkeeping & Payroll Solutions Ltd will take care of all your VAT registration needs, process your VAT calculation and also submit your return online. We also make sure that you are on the proper rate of VAT, depending on the goods or services that your business provides. Advice is also on hand as to whether your company will benefit from being VAT registered.

BBPS aim to help and ease the stress of completing your annual tax return, on time, everytime. Some people are unsure if they have to complete a self assessment return. Below is a brief outline to help you decide if you need to complete a tax return.

The most common reasons for needing to fill in a tax return are listed below. If HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) asks you to complete a tax return for any other reason (this will normally to be to make sure that you're paying the right tax and getting the right allowances) you must always do so.

You must complete a return if you're any of the following:

  • a company director (unless you're a director of a non-profit organisation, for example a charity, and don't receive any payments or benefits)
  • £10,000 or more income from savings and investments
  • £2,500 or more income from untaxed savings and investments
  • £10,000 or more income from property (before deducting allowable expenses)
  • £2,500 or more income from property (after deducting allowable expenses)
  • income from the estate of a deceased person on which tax is still due.

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