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We offer all the accounting and tax services that a small professional business will need:
Accounts & tax returns for small companies
VAT returns, payroll & company secretarial services
Personal tax returns & tax planning advice for directors and shareholders
Formation & structuring of companies for new businesses
Our first speciality is the preparation of small company unaudited accounts. By "small", we mean annual sales of less than £500,000, annual profits of less than £300,000, and 9 or fewer staff.
90% of our small company clients are managed and owned by one or two Directors/Shareholders.
With very few exceptions, our limited company clients are professionals, consultants and contractors.
Our second speciality is the preparation of sole trader accounts and tax returns.
Thirdly, we prepare and file personal tax returns for people who have PAYE jobs (ie their main income is NOT via self employment) but who nonetheless have slightly more complex tax affairs –for example, they may have rental property, investment income, or a consulting business as a sideline.
About half of our clients have been with us since they started their business. The other half have come to us from other accountants via word of mouth.
Our knowledgeable and friendly staff are dedicated to making sure we meet your needs. Find out more about us and read our profiles.
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We specialise in: the preparation of small company unaudited accounts, the preparation of sole trader accounts and tax returns, and filing personal tax returns for PAYE jobs...
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