Costs

What we charge


As mentioned earlier, we always prefer to work on a fixed fee basis so it is therefore necessary to look at each situation in its own right to arrive at a price. However, the following guidelines will indicate the sort of fees that we generally earn.

Self Assessment for personal taxation – from £120 per return

Annual accounts for sole traders and the self employed – from £275

Annual accounts and Corporation Tax assessment for small businesses – from £395

Payroll – from £10 per month, depending upon the number of employees  

These prices are only guidelines of course, because every case is different. We would welcome the opportunity to give you a firm, fixed quotation at no cost to you, and putting you under no obligation whatsoever.

 

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