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K & A Accountancy Services Limited

K & A Accountancy Services, provides a wide range of accountancy services including tax returns, Vat ,annual accounts, payroll and bookkeeping. We help a diverse range of Small and medium-sized businesses including start-ups, sole traders, limited companies and landlords who operate in many industries. Perfect for small businesses and self-employed individuals who need the right accountancy service at the right price.

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What do you love most about your job?

Starting with the very basics, let’s consider what the job of an accountant actually entails. An accountant is a trained professional who can prepare, check and analyses the financial affairs of a business. They can check that a company is operating within the law and any relevant guidelines – and can advise on any schemes or benefits that a company may be missing out on as well as offering advice on the best way to overcome financial difficulties.

Why should our clients choose you?

As a client, you’ll enjoy a service which is attentive, consistent and highly personalized. And because clients come in all shapes and sizes, so do our services. It’s your needs that count above all, so we’re very happy to tailor and shape our service to fit your requirements exactly.
To provide outstanding service.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

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The coronavirus pandemic is expected to fundamentally change the way many organizations operate for the foreseeable future. As governments and businesses around the world tell those with symptoms to self-quarantine and everyone else to practice social distancing, remote work is our new reality.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

If COVID-19 is spreading in your community, stay safe by taking some simple precautions, such as physical distancing, wearing a mask, keeping rooms well ventilated, avoiding crowds, cleaning your hands, and coughing into a bent elbow or tissue. Check local advice where you live and work. Do it all!
Our services extend to online and remotely access to client work.

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Broadly speaking, the higher your income and the more sources of income you have, the higher the fee is likely to be.

Your professional tax accountant will be able to advise you on the full range of options available and what is most suitable for you. Use Bark to get free quotes and get in touch with local tax accountants today.

There are a number of factors that are worth considering when choosing your tax accountant. These include:

  • Professional qualifications - You should check that they have completed relevant qualifications which are regulated by their professional body. In addition, they should be keeping their skills and knowledge up to date through continuing professional development. They are also required to hold Professional Indemnity Insurance.

  • Invest time - Invest time in finding the right adviser. Research their websites and meet those on your shortlist. When you meet them decide if they are approachable and understand businesses of your size and in your sector. It is helpful if they have expertise in particular areas of tax that you require advice for. Find out if they provide services that you may need now and in the future.

  • First meeting - Check in advance whether the first meeting is free of charge.

  • Charges - Establish the basis of fees and when they will be payable. Ask for an estimate and check what is included such as additional charges for other services (e.g. VAT, Payroll). You may be able to minimise charges by doing some work yourself and by using a compatible accounting package.

  • Terms of engagement - You should receive a letter setting out what your adviser will and will not do for you in the terms of the engagement.

  • Keeping them informed - You should keep your adviser informed of any changes in your business or personal circumstances. Plus, you should seek their advice in advance if you are considering retiring, selling or giving away an interest in your business or a significant asset.

You can be confident that any of the Bark local tax accountants listed will give you a reliable and professional service.

It can be tempting for sole traders to monitor their own financial situation and attempt to save additional overheads when margins are tight.

Hiring a tax accountant can save you money and free up time in which to grow your business interests. Plus, partnering with a good accountant can help protect your legal positioning, guarding against common mistakes that have avoidable consequences.

Filing tax returns can be worrying for those who have never done so before but tax accountants can take the stress out of managing your financial records.

Some of the services your business taxation expert can provide include:

  • Bookkeeping

  • Helping you pay the right amount of tax

  • Improving tax efficiency

  • Financial compliance

  • Creating/developing your business plan

  • Sourcing funding for growth

  • Growth management

  • Extracting value from your business

  • Tax returns

  • Making tax digital

  • Exit planning

Absolutely! Online accountancy is becoming increasingly popular, not least because it offers convenience and flexibility, which is ideal for those of us with busy schedules or accessibility issues. As long as you're able to discuss your needs with your expert over the phone or via video chat, then you're good to go.

The average price of a Tax Accountant is £150

Region Great Value
Average
Premium
Nationwide
£120
£150
£225
East of England
£120
£150
£195
London
£120
£150
£240
North West England
£120
£150
£175
Scotland
£120
£140
£150
South East England
£120
£150
£195
South West England
£100
£125
£200
West Midlands
£119
£150
£249
Yorkshire and the Humber
£100
£150
£260

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The average rating for Bark Tax Accountants is 4.91, based on 49,780 reviews.

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