We are an independent accountancy practice based in the heart of Norwich city centre. The company was incorporated on 18 April 2011 and following a change in name and subsequent rebranding, Perk Accounting Limited was born in April 2019.


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    Bookkeeping is a key component to running any type of business. Having the correct systems and procedures in place to record your financials accurately, will allow your business to run effectively and empower management to make informed decisions based on key performance indicators.

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    Management Information

    Management information are financial reports produced for the business owners and managers for day-to-day and strategic decision making. The reports provide an insight on the financial performance of your business and can be prepared in many formats.

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    Tax Planning

    Tax planning is the process of analysing a financial plan or a situation from a tax perspective, whether on an individual or business basis. The objective of tax planning is to make sure there is tax efficiency whilst ensuring all legislation is adhered to.

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    VAT is a specialist form of tax, where entities must register to account for VAT once taxable supplies exceed the compulsory threshold. In certain circumstances it could be beneficial to voluntarily register to account for VAT, even if your taxable supplies are below the designated threshold.

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    Payroll & Pension

    All businesses with employees must run a PAYE scheme in accordance with HMRC legislation and offer a workplace pension scheme in accordance with the Pensions Act 2008, meeting your obligations as an employer. Payroll is an area of business where red tape and compliance are paramount, resulting in payroll submissions being time-consuming, complicated, and repetitive.

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    Sole Traders, Partnerships, Limited Companies, Community Interest Companies, Charities and Limited Liability Partnerships must prepare and submit annual accounts, in accordance with relevant legislation.

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    Corporation Tax

    Corporation tax is payable by businesses in the UK and is calculated and assessed on its annual profits. The corporation tax rate has been 19% since April 2016, and future rate changes will be announced annually within the Government budget. Companies do not receive tax free allowances and therefore, all profits are taxable. However, there are several deductions and expenses that you can claim to reduce your liability.

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    Self Assessment and Partnership Tax Returns

    Self-assessment is the system HMRC uses to collect tax from individuals who receive income, but do not pay their taxes via a PAYE scheme. Tax returns must be filed by 31st October for paper submission and 31st January for electronic submissions.

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    SEIS & EIS Assistance

    The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) are two of many UK government initiatives encouraging innovation by granting a tax break to private investors when investing in the early stages of a business. SEIS and EIS offers outside investment as a form of finance to benefit both the investor and the business. Investors benefit from tax relief and an equity share in the business, whilst the business gains a cash input to cover operating costs and fund future projects.

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    R&D Tax Relief

    Research and Development remains a vital and important cost a business can incur. It can identify new innovative technology, products, services and can shape the direction of your business.


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