Let us take the stress out of your accounts.

When you run a successful business we appreciate that it involves a lot of time and effort and getting your finances straight or worrying about Making Tax Digital compliance may not be top of your list of priorities.
Whether you are just starting out, growing or run an established business our services can be tailored to help as little or as much as you need.
Have a quick chat with us to see if we can save you time and money so that you can focus your days on the rest of your to do list.
We understand that initially you may just be looking for an accountant to sort out the compliance side of your business to ensure that you stay on the right side of HMRC and that’s fine we can help with this.
However, an accountant is more than just compliance and should be an important part of your business, someone that you can rely on to support future growth offering business advice and support at every stage of your journey.
Our fees are fixed, clear and payable monthly so that the impact on your cashflow is spread with no nasty surprises. The support that we provide is included and you can therefore call or e-mail us as often as you like to ask questions or just to get reassurance that you are doing things correctly.


Accounts, bookkeeping, VAT returns and company tax returns.


Personal tax return, investors, employees and retired individuals.


Rental accounts, tax advice, single or multi property landlords.

Lorraine Marshall ACMA

Chartered Management Accountant

Initially it may seem that we are the same as all the other accountants – forward-thinking, jargon-free with some innovation thrown in - we can also save you money on your taxes but so can all the others, where we differ is the truly personal service that we offer our clients.

As a small (but busy) team we invest the time in getting to know you and what makes you tick which in turn means that we get to know your business.

We appreciate that your time is valuable and therefore a quick response to your queries or questions is guaranteed and you won’t have to worry about remembering the boring stuff like filing deadlines etc we will take care of that.

Most people think that accountants are only about the compliance but that is so far from the truth and a good accountant can offer a lot more help and advice.

Making sure that you find a qualified accountant will give you the peace of mind that your business is in safe hands – we have certificates on the wall to prove ours.

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Budget 2021 update

Great news in today’s budget that the SEISS scheme has now been extended to September 2021.

A 5th grant has been added to the scheme and the facility to submit claims will be open from July 2021.  There is a requirement that your turnover has been impacted, reductions in excess of 30% will receive an 80% grant, reductions less than this will qualify for a 30% grant.

The newly self-employed will qualify for the extended scheme providing that a 2019 / 20 tax return was submitted by 2nd March 2021.


The furlough scheme is being extended to September 2021 and employees will continue to receive 80% of their wages throughout this period.

With effect from July 2021 employers will need to contribute 10% of the cost with the government contributing the remaining 70%.  For August and September 2021 the employer’s contribution will be 20% and the government will contribute 60%.


Personal income tax thresholds will remain frozen at the 2021 / 21 levels of £12,570 for the tax free personal allowance and £50,270 for the higher rate (40%) threshold until April 2026.


The rate of corporation tax will increase to 25% with effect from April 2023.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS)

The CJRS scheme has been extended until the end of March 2021.

For periods up to 31st January 2021 HMRC will pay 80% of your employees wages up to a cap of £2,500 per month for the hours furloughed employees do not work.

Employers will not have to contribute for hours not worked but will continue to pay their furloughed employees’ NI and pension contributions.

Employees who have been on an employers payroll and RTI submission notifying payment between 20th March 2020 – 30th October 2020 are eligible for the extended scheme.

Employees who have been made redundant after 23rd September 2020 can be re-employed and eligible for a CJRS claim.

The current scheme will be reviewed in January 2021 to decide whether it will continue at the current rates or if employers are able to contribute more as the economy has improved.

Employers will need to make any claims relating to periods up to 31st October 2020 on or before 30th November 2020.  They will not be able to submit or add any claims after this date. Furlough claims after October 2020 will need to be submitted within 14 days of the month end.  Ie. claims for furlough days in November 2020 must be submitted by 14th December 2020

Job Retention Bonus

The Job Retention Bonus scheme has been postponed.

It is expected that an alternative retention scheme will be put in place once the current CJRS ends in March 2021.



Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS)

This scheme has been extended for 6mths covering the period November 2020 to April 2021.  Grants will be paid in two lump sums, each covering a 3 month period.

The third grant will cover the period 1 November 2020 – 31st January 2021.

The grant will be 80% of 3mths average monthly trading profits capped at £7,500.

The fourth grant covering the period February – April 2021 has been announced and further details will follow in due course.

The grants are treated as income and are subject to tax and NI.

The online service for the next grant will be available from 30th November 2020.  HMRC will provide full details of how to claim in due course.


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