Getting Started

Getting started with your Crunch account

Whether you're an experienced hand at running a limited company or you’ve only just formed one, there are a number of key things you need to do and know about as a limited company director. We want to give you some tips on how to use your new Crunch account effectively, so we’d recommend checking ou...

Check out our handy account setup videos!

If you'd prefer a handful of helpful videos to set up your Crunch account, we've put together a playlist of tutorial videos so you can get to grips with the basics and hit the ground running. Please see here Remember, your dedicated service team of client managers is only a call away to a...

Existing Company: Backdating your invoices and expenses

Our service is different from the way many traditional accountancy firms operate, so when switching you need to be aware that things might work slightly differently. Using Crunch allows you to get real-time tax updates that put you in control of the company finances, and allows us to provide you ...

Getting your details from your current/previous accountant

We understand how important it is for existing businesses to hit the ground running when moving to a new accountant. However, unless we have all your company information, we won’t be able to file your returns with HMRC. We need certain information as soon as possible to make your transition to Crunc...

Transition from sole trader to limited company

When you make the transition from sole trader to a limited company there are some particular areas of change to consider. Set up a separate bank account. After you’ve incorporated it’s essential that you set up a separate business bank account from which to conduct your business transactions –...

Responsibilities of a limited company director

As a director of a limited company, you must: Follow the company’s rules, as shown in its articles of association Keep company records and report changes File your accounts and your Company Tax Return Tell other shareholders if you might personally benefit from a transaction...

What expenses can I claim?

What can I claim? Are you a seasoned veteran of running a company or just starting out for the first time? Whatever the case, there are often forgotten expenses that go unclaimed, which means you could ending up paying more tax than you need to. We’ve put together this guide to help you make the...

Snap App payments & billing

Crunch ‘Basic’ Package: If you are a Crunch Standard client you will automatically have access to the Snap Lite service, however, please be advised that you’ll still need to follow the activation steps within your Crunch Account to enable access. You have the option to upgrade to Snap Unlimit...

Add any company formation costs

Company Formation Costs: If you have previously been in full-time employment and have just started trading as a limited company you may have incurred a few company formation expenses already. These can be included in your company's first-year accounts. These costs can only be included if you h...

Introduction to Paying Yourself

As a Director, you are responsible for managing your company, and as a Shareholder, you own part, or all of, the company, entitling you to company profits. However, as a limited company is an entity that is separate from yourself, the money earned through the company belongs to the company, and n...
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