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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
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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
Radical changes to Scottish Tax Rates – Are you better or worse off?
Scotland’s Finance Secretary has announced radical changes to income tax rates for 2018/19. These will affect Scottish taxpayers, and their employers, all over UK. What’s the full story?Read more
Four things I learned from Accounting Live!
An Accountant's Exhibition that set the pulses racing....Read more
NIC and the self-employed
Change is on the horizon – from April next year, the self-employed will only pay one Class of National Insurance rather than the two currently payable.Read more
A reminder of ways you can pay tax due
Last week we confirmed that as from 13 January 2018, HMRC will not accept personal credit cards for payment of tax or penalties. We have listed below the payment options you still have available to you:Electronic payment. HMRC’s preferred method of…Read more
Buying a rental property?
The removal of the 10% wear and tear allowance that allowed landlords to reduce the tax they paid on furnished property lets (after the end of the 2015-16 tax year) was a significant loss for many landlords. The 10% deduction was available to landlords…Read more
Projects that count as R & D for tax purposes
Research and Development (R&D) tax credits were introduced for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in 2000 and for large companies in 2002. R&D credits are a Corporation Tax relief to encourage innovation and enterprise within the UK…Read more