If you are a new business situated in Richmond, just southwest of the famous Charing Cross in London, then you may need the services of registered Chartered Accountants. Our firm, situated in Richmond just off a meander on the River Thames, is registered with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. We are also recognised by the Chartered Institute of Taxation as providing the gold standard in tax as Chartered Tax Advisors.
Our services include bookkeeping, accounts preparation, VAT, payroll, CIS, and self-assessment, dealing with all aspects of accountancy and tax. We provide our service to numerous clients including many sole traders and Limited companies. If you are beginning a new business, a member of our expert team can advise on how best to legally structure your enterprise, whether as a Limited company or sole trader. We will then lead you to develop the most profitable tax and business plan for your company.
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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
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