End of year accounts and Corporation Tax Document completed for limited company

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Our current year end is the beginning of January (11th i think), so they year end accounts need to be filed by October. What we want to do is change our year end date to the 31st of March. We registered our company in Jan 2009 and actually started trading a few months later, so this is our first set of accounts that we're submitting. Our turnover figures are below. We'd like to have one set of accounts that runs from Jan 09 to Mar 10.

Turnover from Jan 09 to 31st Dec 2009 - £70,000 to £75,000
Turnover from 1st Jan 2010 to 31st March 2010 - £40,000 to £45,000

Our company rents desk space from within a larger shared office. Outgoing invoices are to 30 or so clients on a monthly basis, and our expense invoices are for the renovation, maintenance and running of the office.

Right now we just require the company accounts, nothing else. We haven't taken any money out of the company during this period except for some small repayments of our initial investment, and all vat returns have been done already. I'm pretty sure we've made a small profit during this period.

The books are in very good order. Every invoice has already been entered onto an accounting platform (MYOB Account Edge Plus 2009 for Mac - a licensed copy of which i can provide), all invoices and transactions are detailed and reconciled with the statements (everything should be to the penny). The invoices have been given ID numbers that matches with the MYOB program and the hard copies are filed in date order. Everything is very well organised so it should be straight-forward.

We're based in london, and would like to be able to meet the chosen person beforehand, although this is not essential (we would have to arrange for the invoices to be passed on to you somehow though).

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