Whether you’re looking to register your partnerhip business with HMRC or file your partnership and self assessment tax return, we can help.
Forget about tax time stress
Our year-round tax support means you’ll never have to worry about missing a deadline again. We simplify your partnership tax filing.
Small business experts included
With online bookkeeping and real human support, it’s the expert financial solution your partnership business deserves.
With QuickBooks’ online accounting software, you have all the tools you need to manage the finances of your partnership business.
How we help partnership businesses
At Accounts Geek, we aim to keep everything simple and straight-forward. We offer a wide range of services from registering your partnership business to filing your your partnership tax return.
Running a partnership business and being self-employed is difficult enough without having the extra worry of missing a tax deadline, making sure your tax submission is accurate and maximising your tax allowances.
Partnership business accounting services
Each partner are required to submit their individual self assessment tax return to HMRC.
We can prepare your annual partnership accounts.
We can help prepare and submit your partnership tax return (form SA800) to HMRC.
Whether you need to run monthly or weekly wages, we will provide you with the support you need so you stay on top of all your requirements, saving you time and money.
Our compressive payroll support:
- Weekly, monthly or mixed payrolls
- Auto Enrolment (AE)
- New joiner/leaver administrations
- Processing complex gross pay elements and deductions
- Statutory payment calculations for sickness
- Statutory payment calculations for maternity, paternity and shared parental leave
- Administration of pension contributions, maintenance orders, student loans and earnings attachments
- Prepare payslips
- Holiday calculations
- Dealing with RTI and
- Auto Enrolment requirements
- Year end processing
We love to plan ahead which means we will get everything ready for submission well before your VAT deadlines. Of course, there is a bit of paperwork involved, but hey, hand it over to us to deal with, that’s what we are here for!
Here at Accounts Geek, we’re always on the lookout for ways to help our customers, that is why we have sourced essential and critical Tax Investigation Insurance. This is a scheme that covers businesses, directors or individual taxpayers for any professional fees that may result from an investigation by HMRC.
We can help register your company for VAT or Payroll with HMRC.
Smart accounting software for partnership business
If you’re a partnership business, you want accounting software that’s simple to use, yet advanced enough to meet your accounting needs. QuickBooks accounting software for partnerships has all the features of advanced accounting software, but with no added complexity.
Manage your finances professionally
A partnership business has more complex accounting needs than sole traders and freelancers. With QuickBooks’ full set of accounting features, everything you need is in one place.
Make smarter decisions
It’s easier to understand where to invest your time and money when you have a clear view of your business. Picture your profits at a glance from the real-time dashboard and run customised reports based on your key data.
Take control of your cash flow
See 24 months into the future with cash flow projections based on recurring income and expenses. Take action in plenty of time and understand how different actions could affect your financial future.
4 easy steps to join us
Get a free consultation so we can help you pick the best solution for your business. Complete our form or call us on 0330 043 1967
you set up
We'll help you onboard with QuickBooks, collect all the relevant details from you and get you set up with HMRC.
Our experts are on hand for all your accounting queries. Although we check-in with you throughout the year, feel free to call, email or visit us at our office.
your tax returns
At the end of each tax period, we complete and file your annual accounts and tax returns to HMRC and/or Companies House.