Welcome to Fox Bartfield
At Fox Bartfield, we specialise in providing tailored services to businesses and individuals alike.
This means whether you're an individual contractor, or employing a team of 20, we can offer assistance in compliance, tax returns, company and personal taxes,
self-assessment, online accounting, VAT returns, payroll bureau and business start-ups.
Leaving, you to do what you do best, grow and nurture your empire.
Why do people choose Fox Bartfield?
Behind every great business, is a great choice in accountant.
Safety. Security. Stability.
We understand the importance of securing and preserving your business entity. As a client of Fox Bartfield, you can rest assured in the care and detail provided by your dedicated account manager and our team of specialists, looking after every detail of your businesses development.
We are proud to offer unrivalled customer support to all of our clients. Our team of specialists are always on hand to offer advice and information whenever you may need it. The Fox Bartfield team is made up of dedicated and hard-working staff, committed to development and success.
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Well, this is specific to each company depending on your company turnover, the taxes you pay and the eligible business expenses you claim to reduce your taxable income. As the owner of a limited (LTD) company, you can plan what tax rate you'll be paying for certain types of income, for there are different rates.
Contact your accountant or financial planner to obtain the best tax planning advice and practices tailored to what for you need.
If your company’s projected turnover is over the registration threshold of £85,000 then yes you need to register for VAT. If your projected turnover is below £85,000 then registration is voluntary, and you don’t have to do so.
In short: no
The business should have its own bank account, even if you own it. The money it earns belongs to the company, not the company owner. It can save you being taxed at higher rates, and if you get put under tax investigation by HMRC while your business is attached to your personal bank account, the investigation may include looking into the director too. To be safe, speak to a bank of your choice, and set up a separate business account.
Incorporating a company is the act of registering your company as a limited company at Companies House, as per the Companies Act 2006. One or may person may be involved in this process, by signing a memorandum; this is a document where all persons involved confirm their agreement to form a company together.
There are certain documents that need to be signed by the director(s), and Companies House must be informed of any changes, like a change in address or directors.