You may have already read our article on ‘How Much Accountants Charge for Tax Returns’. If you’re a Sole Trader or Freelance, you should be reading that article instead. If you’re a Limited Company, large or small, you’re in the right place. &nbsp: As a Limited Company, your accountant will have a lot more data… Read More

On average, an accountant will charge around £300 to file your tax return, depending on what kind of business you’re running. It’s a bit cheaper if you’re an independent freelancer looking for help with a Self-Assessment Tax Return, and more expensive if you’re a small or large business. This may not sound like an extortionate… Read More

With all the hustle and bustle of running a business, it’s easy to forget about your accounts. That is until when the tax man comes knocking… Filing your tax return can be extremely stressful. Having to gather the last years’ worth of invoices, bank statements, and expenses is no simple task, especially if you’ve not… Read More

When you first set up your business, you probably heard the terms ‘Bookkeeper’ and ‘Accountant’ thrown around in abundance. Would you be shocked if I told you that the two jobs are completely different? They overlap in certain areas but they’re two very different paths in the finance industry. What is a bookkeeper? A bookkeeper’s… Read More

In a previous post, we spoke about what you can claim back on expenses. One of the most interesting items on that list was No. 1 – Accountants and bookkeeper’s fees. Are accountant fees tax deductible? Or is this just a technicality that requires you to jump through hundreds of loopholes for minimal return? The… Read More

When running your startup business, sooner or later you’re going to want to see how you can cut back on spending and increase profit. There are multiple ways of doing this, but one of the most effective methods to save money is by claiming your expenses. Any Corporation Tax you pay for your business is… Read More

Freelancers cover a wide variety of jobs and services; writers, consultants, dog groomers… There are thousands of different jobs a freelancer could do, but there is one common responsibility that all freelancers, no matter what the job, have to do: Tax returns. As a freelancer, you can be working all hours of the day. You… Read More

As a creative entrepreneur, you’re at the forefront of technology. Paper records are becoming a thing of the past and even keeping financial details on your computer is slowly becoming obsolete. With everyone connected through just a tap on their phone and cloud-based accounting software becoming the standard, we do have to ask the question:… Read More

Artist, photographer, independent film maker… There are plenty of opportunities as a creative to create your own work and run your own business. You’ve done all the hard work and now there is only one more nightmare to navigate… Tax and accounting, and accountants for creative businesses can be a great benefit! As a creative,… Read More