As a firm of Chartered Accountants, registered with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, the world’s most prestigious professional accountancy body, you can be assured of our professionalism and expertise. We are also Chartered Tax Advisors, the gold standard in tax, recognised by the Chartered Institute of Taxation.
We provide a full wrap-around service, setting up your company and registering you with HMRC. We help you choose the most appropriate accounting software and take care of the paperwork. Good bookkeeping leads to timely accounts which gives you the information you need to control and develop your business. Our tax service ensures that tax returns are sent promptly. Because we know you and your business, we provide effective and timely tax advice to help keep those bills down over the life of your business. And when it comes to selling your business and moving on, we are on hand to guide you through the process, ensuring you have the information you need to make tax efficient decisions.
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I have found the services provided by Clayton Accountants to be efficient, timely and professional, and would have no hesitation in recommending them to other businesses. They deal with all the bureaucracy for you, leaving you free to get on with running your business!Cath Muldowney, Annie’s Barn
Ms Fareed was instructed to carry out a complex stamp duty land tax analysis. Her report was quick, comprehensive and within the cost estimate given. She was professional and efficient and a pleasure to deal with. I would highly recommend her.Ms JS, Surrey
Clayton Accountants fit my criteria with their highly professional and friendly approach to handling clients large and small. You can rest assured that they will be very thorough with your accounts and look after your interests at all times.Nick Dibb, Director, Quantum Product Design Ltd
Rishi Sunak delivered his budget today, with one or two big surprises. Many expected the covid support schemes to continue, as well as an extension to the cut in Stamp Duty Land Tax and the reduced rate of VAT. Although an increase in corporation tax was on the cards, a rise to 25% was unexpected. More details to follow, but the main points affecting taxpayers are...
As the tax bill deadline of the 31st January rolls around, many are rushing to get their tax paid ahead of time. Once you have had an accountant work out your tax (or you have worked it out yourself) many clients are left wondering the best way to pay their income tax bill.