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Contractor Accountants - Guides & Advice
How to choose the best accountant for your contracting business, and what to look out for when choosing an accountancy provider:
Our directory of some of the leading accountancy firms for limited company contractors in the UK.
Given that all qualified accountants should be able to keep the books of your average limited company contractor, why do most contractors hire specialist accountancy firms?
(Mar 12, 2013)
There are few things more worrying than trusting somebody else with your money, but when you choose an accountant you're effectively doing just that.
(Feb 5, 2013)
When you set up in business as a limited company contractor, do you have to appoint an accountant? What are the benefits?
(Jan 22, 2013)
Most contractor accountancy firms have embraced web-based technology to some degree, but what benefits can you gain from using online accounting software?
(Jan 6, 2013)
For limited company contractors, the professional person you are most likely to seek advice from is your accountant. We look at the five things you want to avoid when choosing a contractor accountancy firm.
(Dec 12, 2012)
Most accountants can set up a limited company on your behalf, either for free if you're appointing them as your accountant, or for a fixed fee. How much can you expect to pay for this initial service?
(Aug 24, 2012)
Contractor accountants have expressed different views on the impact new EU regulations will have on the accountancy burden small limited companies have to bear.
(Feb 27, 2012)
The EU has adopted a directive which will exempt many small companies from the accounting obligations they currently have, meaning that most contractor companies may no longer have to submit complex accounts each year.
(Feb 22, 2012)
When you join a new contractor accountant, with incomplete accounting records in tow, should the new provider charge you to bring them up-to-date?
(Oct 25, 2011)
When choosing a contractor accountant, you need to be sure that the accountant you sign up with is professionally qualified to do the job, and that safeguards are in place just in case something goes wrong.
(Oct 5, 2011)
If you need to change accountancy providers for whatever reasons, we look at the steps you should take to ensure the handover goes smoothly.
(Jun 3, 2011)
In recent years, an increasing number of contractor accountancy providers have marketed themselves as 'IR35 accountants'. Have these firms suddenly been gifted a silver bullet against IR35, or is this just a marketing phrase?
(May 27, 2011)
Selecting the right contractor accountant to use is an essential part of the process of starting out in the contracting world. Here are some top tips.
(Apr 19, 2011)
If you are a limited company contractor, you will need to hire a specialist accountant to handle your affairs. What can you expect them to provide for their monthly fee?
(Feb 15, 2011)
How much do contractor accountants charge, and what other factors you should consider before signing up?
(Jun 11, 2010)
As more and more contractors turn to web-based software to manage their accounts, we look at things to consider when choosing an online accountancy provider.
(May 26, 2010)
A leading IT contractor accountancy firm tells us how accounting practices have been forced to change in the face of shifting tax legislation.
(May 13, 2008)