Our Accountants

A team of qualified and knowledgeable experts always available and ready
to help. We pride ourselves in delivering the best possible customer service to clients throughout the UK.


Your Business

Contractors, freelancers and all small business, AccountsNet is tailor made for you. As you grow we have a range of services that expand to suit your needs.


Our Software

In-house developed apps to help make running your business a good deal easier. Invoicing, RTI Payroll, Self Assessment, Vat Reporting, its all covered.


Your Price

A fixed price service providing an accountant and software in one package. Eliminate paperwork and spreadsheets plus get the tax efficient advice and support you need.

Paperless working

We use the HMRC’s gateway to submit all returns and filings. No more paper forms to complete.

Ongoing Support

Always on hand with accurate advice and support

Growing with you

Our services and systems scale up to fit around your business

Making better decisions

Real time data helps you take better control of your business finances

We deal with the tax man

We complete all statutory returns and end of year filings on your behalf

Chartered Accountants

Over 20 years experience working with businesses of all types, direct contact with your own accountant.

Our setup package is normally £100 + Vat, but for a limited time we are offering the service free to new clients provided they pay their first months accountancy fee in advance.

- and no entry or exit fees at any time.

Complimentary Start-up Package For New Clients

  • Limited Company Formation
  • PAYE Registration
  • VAT Registration
  • Online account setup on our Portal

Latest articles…


R&D Tax Credits

R&D tax credits enable large and small companies (including contractors) that incur costs in developing new products, processes or services to receive a cash payment.



Annual Confirmation Statement

From 30th June 2016, UK limited companies and LLPs will be required to file an annual confirmation statement instead of an annual return. The purpose of the confirmation statement is exactly the same as the annual return and it must be filed at least once every 12 months. However, it is a more simplified process.…



2016 Budget

This report summarises the major changes that have been proposed following the 2016 budget. Some of these changes have been announced previously whereas others are new proposals which will come into effect from April 2016 or at a later date.


Digital tax accounts

Digital Tax Returns

In his last budget before the general election, George Osborne announced the creation of digital tax accounts for individuals and small businesses. The move has generally been seen as spelling the end of the annual paper tax return, but with the complexities involved it’s far from certain that this will be the case.



Business Travel Abroad

We live in a global economy, and many projects now comprise team members spread throughout the globe. This presents great opportunities to expand your business overseas and at the same time sample new vistas and cultures. Sometimes landing a deal overseas will involve hopping on a plane and meeting the client face to face. In…



Workplace Pension Auto-Enrolment

From 2012 onwards, employers are obliged to offer a qualifying pension scheme to their employees from their staging date.

For most contractors, the staging date (when the auto-enrolment pension needs to be up and running) will be sometime in 2016. You will receive a letter from the Pensions Regulator giving an exact date.


Contractor Pensions

Contractor Pensions

With auto enrollment looming, many contractors, and small business owners are thinking again about how to better prepare for their financial future.

As a specialist contractor accountant with clients based throughout the UK, there are a number of questions that we are asked regarding contractor pensions.

We have put together some overall guidelines to help you understand the options available when it comes to planning for your retirement.


childcare vouchers

The Childcare Voucher Scheme

At present the childcare vouchers scheme can appear complicated as it is usually administered directly through employers. Although contractors operating through their own limited company can access the scheme, it is still associated primarily with those in traditional employment. However a new scheme coming into effect in October 2015, looks to be more flexible and…


Limited company

How easy is it to run my own limited company

As we’ve said time and time again, operating through your own limited company is far more tax efficient than running as a PAYE employee of an Umbrella. There is slightly more paperwork involved, but technology and a good accountant will mean that 99% of the latter-day hassle is removed. In this article we will examine…



Contractor Mortgages

For many contractors 2015 will be the year that they decide to move home, re-mortgage their existing property, or buy a house for the first time. But for many, getting a mortgage is going to be a struggle if they do not get the correct help. What problems do contractors face? The reality is that…


Tax implications of running a company car

Using your own car or a company car – the tax implications

First off, lets speak about the notional difference between contractors and freelancers. Although the following isn’t a hard and fast rule, its a fairly good measure of what separates the two professions.   Contractors In general, contracts need to incorporate limited companies (unless they opt for tax inefficient umbrellas), because clients wont accept them as…


Choosing a name for your limited company

Choosing a limited company name

Choosing your company name can be a fun experience. You can opt for a safe ‘myname tech limited’ or go for a completely outside of the box approach, but try and find a name that’s both unique and snappy, as it will stay in the agents or clients mind, as well as promote an air…


Taking a loan from your limited company

How to take a loan from your limited company

It may be that at some point you need to borrow money from your limited company, otherwise known as a directors loan. It should be noted that an overdrawn company account is treated for tax purposes exactly the same as a directors loan.   Borrowing the money from your company Whether the loan is a…


claiming telephone and broadband expenses

Phone and broadband expenses

Most contractors need a telephone and broadband, either full time, if they work for the client from home or part time. But you must ensure that contracts are set-up correctly or suitable provision is made to identify which is business and which is personal use, to avoid a tax change at the year end.  …


Quotes from our many satisfied clients…

AccountsNet have been invaluable during the setup of my company. Customer service has been brilliant! I have already recommended them to friends and colleagues.
Mark Webster
The ease, flexibility and all round responsiveness of the AccountsNet team have been outstanding from the moment I contacted them. From the first request on how they could provide a fast set up and on-going support. to the advice and proactive tips when dealing with little things and major queries the AccountsNet service been invaluable in developing my business. I have nothing but good things to say – many thanks AccountsNet!
Steve Jones
I have used the services of AccountsNet for over twelve years. I can honestly say that the help and advice that they have given has been invaluable. I have never had any issues with my accounts and even during a VAT inspection they were just a phone call away to assist. I do not hesitate to recommend AccountsNet to colleagues and cannot rate them high enough.
Anne Robb

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