statutory financial statements

On-time filing supported by our trusted advisors

Any business generally has nine months from their year end to file their statutory financial statements and accounts with HMRC.

To do this properly, you also need full unaudited statements for the shareholders which are attached to the Corporation Tax return. Where the need for a statutory audit is identified, specialists should be involved to identify possible R&D tax credits and capital allowances on commercial buildings, among other things.

At Essendon Accounts & Tax, we prepare these statements ready for filing and consult with our team of professional advisors to ensure that any credits and allowances are included in the final statutory financial statements.