Keltic Accounting Services is licensed to perform work in the following Areas. If you have any enquiries about other services, then contact us and we can tell you whether we can help.
Calculation of Income Tax liability
Calculation adjusted profits from an unincorporated business
Savings and Investments
Completion of Self Assessment returns
The preparation of summarised accounting data reports for the owner or management team of a business, on an ad-hoc or regular basis (for example quarterly, monthly or weekly).
Monthly/quarterly profit and loss statement
Monthly sales analysed by product or division
Standard costing reports
Forensic accounting is the analysis of actual or anticipated disputes, litigation or legal proceedings where the forensic accountant is engaged to:
Investigate, examine or analyse financial information and relevant non-financial information and inform the client of their findings
Where required, give expert evidence in legal proceedings
These services may be required in, for example, personal injury claims, matrimonial disputes, criminal cases, commercial dispute, insurance claims and professional negligence claims.
Sole Trader & Partnership Accounts
The preparation of financial accounts for sole traders and partnerships but excluding any accounts required for statutory purposes under the prevailing Companies Acts.
A review of the accounting records kept by a charity and a comparison with the accounts presented, seeking out unusual items or disclosures identified, in accordance with the requirements set out in paragraph 145 of the Charities Act 2011, and conducted in compliance with the Independent Examination of Charity Accounts: Examiners’ Guide from time to time in force.
Similar review of the accounts of not for profit clubs and societies.
Inheritance Tax is an avoidable tax with the right planning. We can prepare a summary of your current IHT position as well as a range of illustrations of the future based on your current options.
Don't give the tax man 40% of your estate!
The preparation of statutory accounts for registered charities.
Preparation of accounts for not for profit clubs and societies.
An organisation (business, charity, public sector organisation, etc.) may want to carry out an internal audit to assess the effectiveness of management, financial controls and governance processes with a view to improvement.
The results and report from the internal audit are generally used internally by management within the organisation.
Companies House Returns
Preparation of annual accounts