- Fixed Prices for Tax and Year end accounts
- Deferred fee option
- Help with claiming under schemes like Coronavirus Self-employment Income Support Scheme and Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
- Help with planning your tax bills which will fluctuate going forward as profits fall and rise, and payments on account are deferred
Fixed Prices for Tax and Year end accounts
We’ve always been a Fixed Fee Firm – it gives you predictability of costs and us predictability of income.
Our tariffs are here. They are common sense so, for example, don’t expect the Solo Yoga Teachers fee to apply if you have multi income streams and more complexity – we’ll still give you a fixed fee of course. We’re full service, so can quote bespoke off tariff if necessary.
Deferred fee option to help during the Covi-19 Disruption
For 2020 with the disruption from Covid-19, we are happy to defer fees. We will require a deposit of 10% now, and then we will happily make a start on your accounts and taxes for full payment in September (we’ll consider extending that if things drag on).
Help with claiming under schemes like Coronavirus Self-employment Income Support Scheme and Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
These schemes aren’t open yet, but we commit to guiding you though them when they are.
Depending on their complexity we may need to charge an additional fee for help, but if so we will keep it fair and let you know in advance.
Help with planning your tax bills which will fluctuate going forward as profits fall and rise, and payments on account are deferred
More than ever its important to have accurate insight into your taxes.
- The impact of Covid-19 has started in 2019-20 but will probably be mostly felt in 2020-21
- Support under Government Schemes will increase 2020-21 Profits
- July Self Assessment bills for the Self Employed are being deferred – these were the second payment on account for 2020-21 so will make the January 2021 final tax bill for 2019-20 higher than normal
- In January and July 2021 payments on account for 2020-21 will be due, and these will need to be accurately estimated and reduced if profits have suffered
What we will do:
- Get your 2019-20 taxes calculated as soon as we can, with provisional payments on account for 2020-21, so you have visibility on your liabilities for January and July 2021, and how these stack up against savings
- During January 2021 review your 2020/21 Payments on Account, due January and July 2021, so they can be reduced to reflect profit reduction if necessary
- Generally help you to have visibility on whats due when, and keep on top of tax provisions