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…


PAYE vs Limited Company

With tax efficient company setup, use of our office as your business trading address, easy bank account setup, free mortgage and lettings references, daily bank feeds and unlimited expert advice and support, we make it as simple as possible to have a long and fruitful career in contracting.



Tax Saving Tips

Tax is an important factor in investment decisions,however it should not override everything else.

For example, generally investors should not hold a poor investment simply because of the tax implications.



Skills in Demand

Although demand for particular skills changes over time, here is a small snapshot of the skills that companies are looking for, and the shortage thereof is creating a premium for freelancers with the right experience.



Daily Bank Feeds

Bank feeds are an option within the AccountsNet portal that can help you:

  • Download live bank account transactions and compare them to your portal transactions.
  • Match your bank transactions to those in the portal, and create any missing transactions.


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.


Quotes from our many satisfied clients…

I have been using AccountsNet for the past 5 years and I am really pleased with their professional and prompt responses to my queries. I always get a helpful and friendly person whenever I call the support line. Their comprehensive and easy-to-use online portal means that I can access my accounts anytime and anywhere. Highly recommended.
Tom Au
AccountsNet is an easy to use, efficient service, which provides us with accessible accounting information wherever we are. Advice is always prompt and helpful. We have recommended it to another professional services business.
Adam Livett
I’ve been using AccountsNet as my accountants for over 5 years. They provide a very good service for a very reasonable price. And I particularly like that they respond quickly when I’ve had a query, for example, how to handle VAT when dealing with an overseas customer for the first time.
Rachel Willmer

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