What are Year End Accounts?

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September 3, 2021

What are Year End Accounts? guide
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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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