Requests for Year End Accounts & Personal Tax Outstanding Information!

We are currently busying away preparing your Company’s 2012/13 Year End Accounts (if your Company’s yearend is 5th April) and Personal Tax Returns and in some cases, we haven’t received all the necessary information required to enable us to complete these, such as checklists and supporting information such as bank statements and credit card statements for example.
We regularly send reminder requests asking for the relevant documents to be returned and we ask that when you receive these, please give them your immediate attention and provide us with the information requested.
Please be aware that Companies House & HMRC levy penalties for late submission of Accounts and Personal Tax Returns, penalties that will only increase with further time lapses. Those penalties will lie with you as Director of your Limited Company if as a result of failure to provide the necessary and requested information in a timely manner.
If you haven’t already done so, we ask that you please provide us with any outstanding information as soon as possible. Your co-operation in this matter is very much appreciated.

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