How do I file Year End Accounts?

Jordan Macey

April 21, 2021

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1. HMRC — Companies must register with HMRC to file online and obtain a user ID and password.

2. Companies House – To file online companies must obtain an authentication code from Companies House

Alternatively, the accounts can be posted to Companies House.

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Your company year end accounts explained

Approaching a company's first year-end can feel incredibly stressful, as there will be a lot of paperwork you need to file at this time.

In this article we provide you with a simple list of what you will need to do, along with a few tips to make the whole process easier for you. We finish with the penalties and deadlines for late filing.

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What are Year End Accounts?

A year end refers to the end of a company's financial year. As such, the year-end accounts are a summary of a company's performance across the financial year, and will typically include a directors' report, balance sheet, profit and loss statement and explanatory notes. These financial statements and reports, along with the company tax return (CT600) must be filed with HMRC.

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What is a Partnership Statement?

The Partnership Statement (SA800(PS)) is used to record details of your earnings from sources other than trading and professional income indicated on your SA800 Partnership Tax Return.

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How do I file Year End Accounts?

1. HMRC - Companies must register with HMRC to file online and obtain a user ID and password.

2. Companies House ‚- To file online companies must obtain an authentication code from Companies House

Alternatively, the accounts can be posted to Companies House.

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How long do I have to file my accounts?

Your first set of accounts is due 21 months after the date you registered with Companies House. Your accounts for the subsequent financial years are due nine months from your financial year end. Do note that if you change the accounting reference period, the filing time may be reduced.

Different deadlines apply for public companies.

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