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    Hi Folks,

    Looking for some general advice. I own 5 BTL properties individually and have 3 BTL properties as a LTD Company. My tax returns are relatively straight forward and I was thinking to do my own tax returns this year. My account charged me GBP1500 for the return for my Ltd Company, more than what they charged me for my personal tax return. They are based City Centre based (Glasgow) and so I expect their fees to be slightly higher than an out of town accountant. I just want to get a feel for whether or not 1500quid is about the right fee to pay for 3 BTL's as a LTD company.

    Any guidance would be much appreciated.

    Thanks.

    #2
    You can do better by online search for another accounting firm or look for a accounting firm trading in the suburbs of your town .

    Alternatively look at this website : https://www.theaccountancy.co.uk/who...ny-accountants

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      #3
      Do it yourself. No need for limited company accounts to be prepared by chartered accountant any longer and yours will be simple.
      Joint filing with companies house / hmrc guides you through it

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        #4
        I think its better for Ltd companies to have their annual accounts done by chartered accountant. Very difficult to get any bank loan without showing certified accounts.

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          #5
          Thanks Folks. I have decided to do them myself.

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