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Companies House Fees


Just wondering if there is VAT on Companies House filing fees? I'm thinking there isn't. Also would I code the payment on sage to 6900 Misc expenses, 7601 Audit/Accounts fees or 7603 Professional fees?

Many thanks in advance

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Hi Suffolker,

on the first part of your question, like banking fee's there is no VAT on companies house filing fee's.

Accountants fee's do attract VAT so 7601 seems the wrong choice.

Debate on here has argued in favour of both misc expenses and 76xx codes. To my mind this is either 6900 or warrants it's own code in the 76xx series.

Better though you wait for an answe from someone who uses Sage a lot more than myself.

kind regards,

Shaun.


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Thanks for your help Shaun :)

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Have always put to 7600 - legal fees
I believe from HMRC workshop - bank fees are T2 - exempt from VAT rather non vatable


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I use Professional Fees.

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Legal or professional fees is fine.

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I cant imagine you'll rush to click this link. However, just in case you want to see the NEW Companies House fees (from April 2011): http://dld.bz/RTKe


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Peter Czapp wrote:

I cant imagine you'll rush to click this link. However, just in case you want to see the NEW Companies House fees (from April 2011): http://dld.bz/RTKe




Didn't click but had seen that they are reducing their filing fees! This is good news.



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Yes I was surprised to get an email from them saying Annual Returns are going down! Makes a nice change!

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Given that they are reducing the filing fee online from 15 to 14 but increasing the paper fee from 30 to 40, there must be quite a few companies that still file their annual returns on paper.

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