from HK$600 a month
from HK$600 a month

Accounting
services with
a personal touch

Smart accounting, digital bookkeeping, and proactive tax advice for busy entrepreneurs

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Stop spending your time on Accounting
Stop spending your time on Accounting

Stop spending your time on Accounting

You deal with endless paperwork, keep nudging your accountant, track deadlines, and still end up with fines and unexpected charges. That’s not how outsourced accounting should be.

Offload Accounting services to Osome
Offload Accounting services to Osome

Offload Accounting services to Osome

We take over the paperwork routine, send reminders, and give active advice. All our prices are transparent, so no extra charges out of the blue.

All your docs in order, always

All your docs in order, always

Forget storing docs yourself — just snap and send them to us in whatever format you like. We’ll categorise and reconcile them within a day. All files get stored nicely, and it’s easy to spot if something is missing.

Accounting specialist as part of your team

Accounting specialist as part of your team

You get a personal Chartered Accountant who knows your business and stays on top of your needs. We answer 24/7 usually within 15 minutes, even late at night and on weekends.

Solutions before you know you need them

Solutions before you know you need them

We keep track of filing deadlines, ask you for missing documents, and proactively advise on the best way to pay your taxes. You don’t have to push us, we reach out to you.

Choose the plan that works for you

Our plans come as they are, no extra charges — simple and straightforward. If you pay upfront for the whole year, you get 20% off. All our plans include
Bookkeeping, Xero subscription, Unaudited Financial Statements, ECI filing and Forms C/C-S

Starter

HK$ 600 a month if billed annualy HK$720 if billed monthly

Includes:

  • 20 transactions a month
  • 40 receipts a month
  • Quarterly review by Chartered Accountants
  • Multicurrency Accounting for HK$200 a month

Booming

HK$ 1,800 a month if billed annualy HK$2,160 if billed monthly

Includes:

  • 40 transactions a month
  • 80 receipts a month
  • Monthly review by Chartered Accountants
  • Multicurrency Accounting for HK$200 a month
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Rocking

HK$ 3,500 a month if billed annualy HK$4,200 if billed monthly

Includes:

  • 80 transactions a month
  • 125 receipts a month
  • Monthly review by Chartered Accountants
  • Multicurrency Accounting for HK$200 a month

Unicorn

HK$ 6,500 a month if billed annualy HK$7,800 if billed monthly

Includes:

  • 160 transactions a month
  • 250 receipts a month
  • Monthly review by Chartered Accountants
  • Multicurrency Accounting

Unicorn

HK$ 6,500 a month if billed annualy HK$7,800 if billed monthly

Includes:

  • 160 transactions a month
  • 250 receipts a month
  • Monthly review by Chartered Accountants
  • Multicurrency Accounting

Get a year of Accounting & Tax for just HK$4,500

If you just need the yearly reports for audit and tax filing purposes, we can do that. A compliance package covering 50 transactions &150 receipts starts from HK$4,500.

Your financial data, protected

Your financial data, protected

We set up a direct connection with Xero and your bank to exchange your data securely. All your documents will always be in one place protected with bank-level encryption

Partners

  • Xero Platinum Partner
  • TC006825
  • Certified Public Accountants
  • Chartered Secretaries
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Additional services

We know how to deal with practically all the things a company can encounter. We can find a solution for any of your requests at a reasonable cost.

  • Audit Liaising

    HK$ 2,000 per year

  • Consolidated Unaudited Report

    HK$ 5,000 per subsidiary

  • Profits Tax Return (BIR51) filing

    For Nil Profits / Dormant company

    HK$ 1,000 per return

  • Application for Holdover of Provisional Profits Tax (IR1121)

    For clients using accounting services

    HK$ 2,000 per application

  • Handling of replying questions of Offshore Profits Tax Exemption

    Fee will be quoted depends on case

    HK$ 10,000 up

3,100+ businesses already trust Osome

  • 4.3 Reviews by our customers
  • 88% Customers recommend us

Reviews

  • "Osome is reasonably priced and very convenient. It offers an online platform that's easy to use and very intuitive. I ended up signing my documents while I was on the metro! Osome also proactively supported me for opening my bank account, besides being a one-stop for a range of other services. It is impressive how fast and responsive they are! I feel very happy about my decision to go with Osome."

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    Randeep Sudan,
    Multivertz Pte. Ltd.

  • "It’s just too good to be true! Everything was so seamless, it even looked like a fraud 😃 I didn’t have to go anywhere to work with Osome, I just use both the web version and mobile app to sign the docs. Everyone is super responsive and nice, and the price is 10 times less than their competitor’s offer!"

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    Ivan Zeljkovic,
    Evans Media Pte. Ltd.

  • "Osome is Awesome! I set up a business and was getting bogged down in the admin. Osome has taken this all away from me. I have regular interactions with "my team" as I call them (because they do feel like part of my business). They use the Osome app, to gently nudge me to send in paperwork, etc. and they provide me with regular updates and reminders regarding finances and filing deadlines. They have provided me with help and support when I have needed it. I highly recommend them."

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    Dave Wallace,
    DW4DAYS Ltd.

Q&A

  • In what form should I submit my data?

    Send us your records in whichever format you have them. Drop your files in our app, store them in a cloud or e-mail to our experts — they’ll take care of the rest.

  • What is one transaction?

    A transaction is any deposit into or withdrawal from the bank. This is assuming all payments and receipts are done through the company’s bank. An example can be payment to suppliers, salary payments, expenses reimbursement or customer transfer. Bank fees and charges will not be considered a transaction.

  • What accounting software do you use?

    Xero, which supports single and multiple currencies.

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  • What are my tax filing requirements?

    All companies are required to submit Profits Tax Returns annually. The first Profits Tax Return for a newly incorporated company will be received after 18 months of incorporated. 3 month will be allowed for preparing the accounts and audit report for first tax filing. Thereafter, the tax return should be filed with deadline depends on the Company’s Accounting Year End Date. Below is an illustration.

    Accounting Year End DateDue Date
    between 1 April to 30 November 201830 April 2019
    between 1 to 31 December 201815 August 2019
    between 1 January to 31 March 201915 November 2019

    Employer’s Return for of Remuneration & Pensions is required annually as well. Companies have hired employees should report the salary and wages paid to employees for each fiscal year (April to March) in April every year.

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