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What we do
We are your Edinburgh Accountants acting as an outsourced finance department, offering a complete, peace-of-mind accountancy service. Our cloud accounting expertise will give you back full control of your finances.Services
Who we work with
We are Chartered Management Accountants based in Edinburgh specialising in helping businesses in the technology and food & drink sectors. We also work with contractors to help maximise their tax efficiencyClients
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All of your accountancy requirements for one simple fixed monthly payment. All of our packages are designed with specific goals in mind – helping you to grow your business profitably, putting you in control of your business and making time and saving worry.Packages
How do I avoid Inheritance Tax on my property?
Pass on your house free of IHT. The introduction of the residence nil rate band (RNRB) opens up the possibility of leaving the family home to successive generations without triggering an inheritance tax charge.Read more
Can I employ a family member?
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How much does an accountant cost?
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Full EU Settlement Scheme roll-out
The government has laid a Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules implementing the full opening of the EU Settlement Scheme from 30 March 2019. The scheme will apply regardless of whether there is a Brexit deal or not. The scheme will allow…Read more
2019 Spring Statement: employment implications
In the Spring Statement 2019, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has announced that the apprenticeship reforms set out in the Autumn Budget 2018 will now be introduced a year early. From 1 April 2019, the co-investment rate for non-levy employers will be cut…Read more
Topping up your self-employed NIC contributions
In many circumstances it can be beneficial to make voluntary Class 2 National Insurance Contributions (NICs) to increase your entitlement to benefits, including the State or New State Pension if you are self-employed. You might want to consider making…Read more