Tower of London - KJW Accountants



Accounts ServicesAll businesses in the UK are required to prepare annual accounts which form the basis for calculating income or corporation tax liabilities. In the case of corporate bodies it is a legal requirement to file annual accounts with the Companies House. Our aim is not only to assist you in fulfilling your legal duties but most of all to ensure that you receive some feedback as to how you can improve the performance of your business from a financial point of view. We guarantee the preparation of the accounts efficiently, cost effectively and in a timely manner.


Tax ServicesWith the British tax system expanding faster than ever it is sometimes very hard to keep up to date with the latest tax legislation. This is why we pay so much attention to the continuous professional development of our staff in this area ensuring that you receive advice based on the most recent or forthcoming legislation. We can provide practical advice and planning in the following areas of UK tax:
  • Personal tax, including self assessment tax returns
  • Partnership tax, including self assessment tax returns
  • Corporation tax, including self assessment tax returns
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Construction Industry Scheme
  • PAYE
  • VAT
  • Income tax enquiries and VAT inspections

Company Secretarial

Company Secretarial ServicesCompanies directors are governed by the Companies Act 2006 that impose many duties and responsibilities on the way they manage their business. In a fast pace business environment it is understandable that there is never enough time to fulfil all these duties. This is the area where we can cost effectively assist you in compliance, including:
  • Preparation and filing of annual returns
  • Preparation of dividends’ documentation
  • Company formation
  • Preparation of company resolutions and minutes


Call us now on 020 8673 9502

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