Local accountants you can trust
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We will contact your old accountant on your behalf requesting all documents and organise everything smoothly and painlessly.
We have a vast amount of experience with working with companies in a wide range of industries.
Price and Savings
Our services are very competitively priced, without hidden costs or extras. We will also saves you money by minimising your taxes.
Approachable and Accessible
We want you to feel comfortable talking to us, we don’t charge for extra consultations and always communicate in a simplistic manner.
Our work is always completed to the arranged deadline, and if not – we will take responsibility of any fines incurred.
We understand that each client is different that is why we adapt our service to suit you, ensuring friendly and flexible assistance, while maintaining a professional quality. Our services are based around the client, and we pride ourselves on being approachable and trustworthy. We can minimise your taxes and provide tailor made solutions, and this can be done in out of office hours and in a location that suits you.
If you’re based in West London, we are your local accountant, near you, and ready to travel and meet wherever you want. Our office is located in Ealing, West London, and we serve Acton – W3, Hammersmith – W6, Chiswick – W4, West Ealing – W13, Hanwell – W7 and any surrounding areas. We are Insured, licensed and regulated to provide practice accounting, tax and financial advisory services.
If you are thinking to become self-employed we can help you to register with HMRC and set up your business right from the beginning. If already self-employed then we prepare and submit of your annual tax return to HMRC. We will advise on allowable expenses and what would be the most tax-effective trading vehicle.
There are 9 months to prepare and submit the tax return to HMRC. As self-employed your tax year starts from 6 April and finish on 5 April; and self-assessment and tax liability should be completed by 31st January.
Generally most tax efficient way to tread is to operate under a limited company. If you are already self-employed and thinking of incorporation a limited company or simply would like to start trading under a limited company structure we can help you to set up your limited company and guide you through for all the requirements and registrations and explain your responsibilities as a director of a incorporated company.
Once company is set-up, we will advise regarding most tax-efficient ways to distribute your income earned through your limited company.
HR and Payroll
Get extra HR support, when you need it. Whether you’re facing a sudden peak in your workload, or you need ongoing, strategic support – we’re here to help.
With our seasoned HR consultant, we’re able to respond to the most urgent and complex HR challenges. Our flexible and cost-effective services can help you with Employment contract, Policy, Law and more.
Our residential and commercial mortgage services are authorised and regulated by the financial conduct authority. We can offer you expert advice and to find the right deal for you.
Also, if required, we can put you in touch with reliable mortgage solicitors experts in sale and purchase.
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