Accounting and tax services for manufacturing and engineering companies
The UK’s many manufacturing and engineering companies come in many shapes and sizes. They range from hi-tech electronics and computer driven business to the more traditional heavy engineering and manufacturing.
How we can help
RJP has many years experience working with manufacturing companies across all sectors and amassed a wide range of specialist skills. As chartered certified accountants and tax specialists we can offer your business:
- Advice on starting out in business: establishing the business, selecting a company structure which is tax efficient;
- Advising on raising finance including Enterprise Investment Schemes (EIS) and Venture Capital Trusts (VCTs);
- Bookkeeping and accountancy services: profit and loss forecasts, balance sheet analysis, providing outsourced payroll services, production and filing of annual accounts, cashflow management, invoicing and credit control;
- Virtual Finance Director: outsourced financial management and business advisory services, attendance at board meetings, production of management accounts, cashflow forecasts, performance management - setting and monitoring weekly KPIs, strategic planning to identify future business goals;
- Tax planning for company directors: completing self assessment tax returns, end of year tax planning, tax efficient remuneration strategies;
- Company tax planning including the provision of specialist tax advice on the purchase of plant and machinery, applications for R&D tax credits and negotiating the relief with HMRC;
- Business exit strategy planning to ensure the maximum value is achieved, and specialist advice during the transaction itself;
- Tax compliance services including corporation tax returns, P11D payroll and P35;
- Advising on implementing IT systems and Sage accounting software;
- Providing advice on share option schemes such as Enterprise Management Incentive share options designed to recruit and retain key staff;
- Arranging and facilitating acquisitions, disposals or mergers.
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