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We take the confusion out of complex matters

Your accounts and the financial information they contain need unlocking to help you understand them. We take the time to explain these complicated matters using plain English so you can make informed decisions for your business.

We promise never to bombard you with jargon you don’t understand.

Personal service is really important to us

We pride ourselves in our personal service. We are not a call centre: when you call you will always be able to speak to the same person. We know all our clients by name and we’re pleased to supply a quality service which is specifically tailored to their requirements.

After all, who wants to be just another number?

Tax rates and allowances change each year. Click here to see the current rates.

Tax rates and allowances


A very popular question! Click here for an overview of the points to consider when deciding whether to trade as a sole trade or a limited company.

Should you incorporate?

A major update to the PAYE system will go live for all employers by October 2017. Find out what you need to know.

RTI for employers



Getting customers to pay on time can be difficult. Here are our tips to help you manage late payment.

Get paid on time

What is involved in paying employees and how much holiday pay are they entitled to?

Pay employees

Every business should keep accurate records so how is it done? Follow our guidance to keep it simple.

Do bookkeeping

What problems may arise  if you pay cash for business expenses? Find out how to keep track.

Keep track of cash

NIC Employment Allowance changes affect one-person limited companies

In order to qualify for NIC employment allowance in the 2016/17 tax year a company must incur employer’s NIC liability for the director plus at least one additional employee during the year. The company’s liability for the additional employee does not need to last for the full tax year.

For businesses that have fluctuating numbers of employees, provided that at least one employee (in addition to the director) is paid over the secondary threshold of £156 for at least one week, the company will be eligible for employment allowance.

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Deadline for filing paper 2016 Tax Returns. Electronic Returns filed online have untiil January 2017.

2016 Tax Return filing deadline

31 October 2016

Deadline for filing 2016 Tax Returns online. Returns dated after 31 October 2016 may be filed later.

2016 Tax Return filing deadline

31 January 2017

Deadline for filing 2016 Tax Returns if less than £3000 tax due which is to be collected through 2017-18 PAYE.

For SA tax collected by PAYE

31 December 2016

Register for Self Assessment if you are  newly self-employed or have to file a Tax Return for another reason.

Register for Self Assessment

5 October 2016