Small Business Accountants
Tax Accountants Birmingham

Welcome to The Accountancy Solutions. A firm of  Small Business Accountants, we specialise and help small and medium-sized businesses in accounting and tax compliance. 

Birmingham is a major city in England’s Midlands area, has several landmarks dating back to the Industrial Revolution. It has a population of 1.14 million and has been house to almost forty-five thousand small and medium-sized business. Home of Landrover Jaguar, Birmingham business has seen an increase in activity even during recession times.

Most of the business in Birmingham are small and need help with their accounting and tax compliance. We are one of the three best-rated accountants in Birmingham and look after clients in different sectors and trades. Our team of qualified tax accountants pick up just where other traditional accountants don’t have specialist knowledge.

Our online accounting services help you budget for development and allow you to transform it by removing unproductive costs and administrative work. Our accountants have skills to help you in tax compliance and improve your cashflow. From employment tax to corporation tax, compliance checks or tax investigations we give clients the best possible advice. 

Our Services

Our team of accountants in Birmingham have the experience to help you do compliance and plan the best tax solution based on your circumstances. From employment tax to corporation tax, compliance checks or tax investigations, we give clients pest possible advice.

Business Services

We take pride in offering all of the key business services to manage your company’s taxation and accounting needs

Tax Services

We know everything you need to know about tax compliance, tax returns, tax planning, business tax and much more

Advisory Services

Our team of experts works hand in hand with corporate businesses in order to help them meet their targets and achieve their objectives

Specialist Services

We have been operating for over a decade now and although we have a relatively small team we are all incredibly talented

Got a question?
No problem

Are you just looking for an answer to a general question? We always provide free advice to individuals and self-employed persons. You can send us an email, call us or fill in the form. But it would be best if you were asking answers to general questions.


We care for our clients. Building and maintaining fantastic relationships is what we do best; we will never treat you as a number, making our approach so unique. The highest level of customer service combined with a keenness to listen and work together with our clients means that we leave a stream of happy clients in our wake every single day. Our services come with unlimited help and support provided at no extra cost throughout the year. That help and advice will all come courtesy of your own fully qualified and dedicated small business accountant.

Client Testimonials

Our clients are our assets and we take every step to look after them and provide them with advice and support whenever they need it. 

Services for Individuals

Looking for special advice on self assessment tax return, contracting, capital gains tax, foreign income or tax investigation

Services for Business

From start up to business planning, book keeping to final accounts to tax planning , our team of accountants is at your service
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Uptodate knowledge of tax and business sectors of UK, HMRC and EU written in language you can understand.

Maintaining your NIC contributions Covid-19

If a person already has 35 qualifying years or is likely to do so by the time that they reach state pension age, missing a year will not adversely affect their state pension entitlement. However, if they have less than 35 years (and will be able to reach the minimum 10 years needed for a reduced state pension by the time that they reach state pension age) making voluntary contributions can be worthwhile.


Selling the Buy to Let property at a loss

While any gain on the sale of a property that has been the taxpayer’s main residence throughout the period of ownership is covered by private residence relief, the flip side is that if the main residence is sold at a loss, the loss is not an allowable loss for capital gains tax purposes.