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01702 445000 or 0800 141 3393 info@accountingIT.co.uk
We work with a wide network of local businesses, providing comprehensive tax advice to contractors, freelancers, sole traders and SMEs
Accounting IT is a team of highly skilled Essex accountants. Based in Rochford, we work with a wide network of local businesses, providing comprehensive tax advice to contractors, freelancers, sole traders and SMEs.
We remove the need for you to manage your own accounts and tax affairs. Our accountancy firm is here to free up your time and enable you to focus on what you do best – running, and growing, your business! Our accountants in Essex are renowned for their professional yet personable approach, and will work quickly and responsively to deliver your requirements on time and with minimum fuss with the 24/7 support of our secure sharing portal.
On hand to provide specialist advice.
Including calculators, tax rates and allowances, market data ...
We provide a full range of accounting services to assist contractors and micro businesses.
Visit our office for a no-obligation chat about help we can help you.
The challenges ahead.
We know that every business is different, so that’s why we will tailor our services based on your requirements.
We offer accountancy services for all sectors of business.
We offer comprehensive accounting services for contractors.
Working closely with you to ensure you pay the minimum tax required by law.
Our priority is to deliver first class client service to all clients, whether you are a small start-up, large company, or simply looking for some personal tax advice.
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06 Feb 2024
Government borrowing fell to £7.8 billion in December 2023 giving Chancellor Jeremy Hunt more scope to make the tax cuts he has hinted at in the Spring Budget.
Tax cut promises may need to be scrapped as a result of the UK being in an 'unfortunate economic and fiscal bind', the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has warned.
As the use of cryptoassets continues to grow HMRC is warning people to check if they need to complete a self assessment tax return for the 2022/23 tax year to avoid potential penalties.
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