Guidance and Support

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What do you expect of your accountant? One that helps you set up in a tax efficient way? One that listens to you and your circumstances and concerns? One that gives you proper advice you can act on?

You want an accountant that helps you succeed as a contractor in your chosen sector. One that helps you determine the best way for you to work, as a sole trader or by starting a limited company.

Everything is included in our simple to understand fixed monthly fee structure. Our unparalleled customer service where you can ask us anything - the meter’s not running, the award-winning FreeAgent software on a desktop or mobile app to streamline your business administration, and advice to help you turn your contracting into a fully-fledged business. There are many areas we can help you with:

  • Contractor options review
  • Company formation
  • Contract review
  • FreeAgent subscription and training
  • VAT and PAYE Setup
  • Monthly payroll (RTI)
  • Quarterly accounts & VAT return
  • Ongoing Support & Advice
  • Dividend advice
  • Dividend documentation
  • Annual accounts – compiled and filed at Companies House
  • Annual Corporation Tax return – computations and return filed with HMRC
  • Annual company return, payroll P35 & P60 submissions
  • Annual P11D submissions
  • Tax Investigation Insurance
  • Personal Tax Returns
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Nigel Simmons FCCA of IR35Accountant.com is interviewed by a user of contractors regarding the up coming changes in legislation and how they will effect the contractor, the end client and recruitment agencies.

I'm looking to change accountants, what is the process?

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What do I need to do to satisfy IR35 regulation and the business entity test?

What insurances do I need as a contractor?

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