Fees for start-up businesses

Our fee philosophy explained

At AccountsCo we try to be completely transparent with our tariffs and, where possible, we work to a published rate card. Our standard fees for our business and personal clients are outlined below. If what you need is not shown, or you feel that you need a more specialised service, please contact us or arrange a free meeting.


One off fees to start a UK or Irish company

Basic
£200
Creation of Ltd
 
 
 
Standard
£450
Creation of Ltd
Open a bank account
 
 
Premium
£750
Creation of Ltd
Open a bank account
Register for VAT
Register for payroll

These fees above apply if you engage us on an annual basis. If this does not apply, and you just want us to set up and register a company then you should add 30%.
All fees are: subject to contract, exclusive of VAT and are payable in advance.

Annual fees for managing and running a small (revenues less than £200,000) UK or Irish company

Basic
£500 / quarter
Year-end accounts
Year-end tax return
Registered office
Annual return
 
 
 
Standard
£600 / quarter
Year-end accounts
Year-end tax return
Registered office
Annual return
Quarterly VAT returns
 
 
Premium
£700 / quarter
Year-end accounts
Year-end tax return
Registered office
Annual return
Quarterly VAT returns
Registered documents
Register for payroll

All fees are: subject to contract, exclusive of VAT and are payable in advance.

Annual fees for the director’s personal tax return

Basic
£150 / year
UK dividend income
 
 
Standard
£200 / year
UK dividend income
UK employment income
 
Premium
£250 / year
UK dividend income
UK employment income
UK interest income

All fees are: subject to contract, exclusive of VAT and are payable in advance.

Fees to start and run a business in another European country

If you would like to set up a business in another European country please contact us. We will discuss your needs and the complexity of your business and provide you with a quote that is suited to your situation.


Money laundering regulations

Before we take on a new client we need to follow certain rules. These rules ensure that we understand our clients’ needs and that we follow the requirements of the UK Money Laundering Regulations. This usually means that we will need two acceptable photo IDs and one acceptable proof of address. We will also need to understand the scale and scope of the work and where any funds will come from.

Residency obligations

Before we register the business we will also seek to understand the businesses residency. We can register businesses for non-UK residents (the process is usually the same as for UK-residents) but we will normally seek to understand which jurisdictions the business will need to pay tax in and advise you accordingly.