Need an accountant? We can crunch the numbers for you.
Traditionally, accounting firms set pricey hourly charges. We can offer fixed monthly fees, and a fully online service.
How can you help me with Accounting?
We offer different packages to help with all sorts of time-consuming things. From the moment your company receives or spends money, you’ll need to make sure it’s been recorded correctly. Our partners work with small businesses and limited companies, so you’re in the right hands. We’ll tell you exactly how much everything will cost, so you’ll always know what you’re paying for.
The money that goes in and out of your company needs to be accurately recorded. We can make sure you stay compliant.
Tax help and business guidance
All your queries will be dealt with by trained accountants, with a turnaround time of as little as three hours.
If you have employees, we can register your business for PAYE, then run a payroll and allocate tax payments on behalf of your staff.
We can calculate and submit your annual Corporation Tax return to HMRC, register and submit your quarterly VAT return and manage all HMRC correspondence.
All those burning questions you might have about tax, pensions, expenses… You’ll be able to ask an expert via email, phone or Skype.
We’ll let you know about accounting software, which can be connected to your bank to make the process easier. And you’ll get training to use it.
No Frills £8.99
The basic way to register a company with Companies House.
The Extras £19.99
See our company formation package designed especially for contractors
Tax Ready £34.99
Set up a company that’s ready to start trading.
Peace of Mind £99.99
The complete secretarial and compliance package to set up your company.
Frequently asked questions
Why do I need an accountant?
When you’re running your own business, it can feel like there are a million things that need your time and attention. Knowing that an accountant is taking care of your bookkeeping, payroll, tax and expense claims can be real weight off your mind. And when you’re a new business owner, every saving counts. An accountant can help you with this by making sure you’re not paying too much tax.
If my confirmation statement is only due once a year, why would I need an ongoing accountant?