The enterprise bill becomes law

The enterprise bill received royal assent on 4 May 2016, becoming the enterprise act. The act aims to deliver a range of measures to help support businesses.

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Register of persons with significant control requirement introduced

As of 6 April 2016, all companies and limited liability partnerships must now keep a register of persons with significant control.

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Question mark over pre-Budget Report

It is thought that the government may look at removing, if only temporarily, the autumn pre-Budget Report.

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Audit

Do you see the annual audit as an inconvenience which distracts you and your team from running the business? At Wells Associates we aim to change this with our client based approach.

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Filing of accounts and late filing penalties

Companies are automatically fined if accounts are not submitted on time. Accounts should be normally be filed for a private company nine months after the company's accounting reference date.

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An auditor's rights to information

Auditors are appointed by the members and are accountable to them. As a result it is important that auditors are given the information they consider relevant to the fulfilment of their duty to members.

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Appointment of auditors

An auditor of a private company must be appointed for each financial year of the company, unless the directors resolve otherwise on the grounds that audited accounts are unlikely to be required.

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Signing of accounts: directors and auditors

Subject to certain exemptions, a company that meets the small company criteria in respect of a financial year is exempt from the requirement to have an audit of accounts for that year.

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