The Accountancy Solutions has a wealth of experience in providing business advice to corporate organisations in order to assist with their financial affairs and corporate planning. Staying on top of your finances is incredibly important, whether you are a small business start-up or a large established company.

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We can tailor our services to your requirements, allowing you to be in control. We take into account varying factors, including your current business plan, as well as what you wish to achieve in the future in order to deliver a strategy that will give you confidence in your business.

Understanding that every business and every businesses goal is different, we always provide a service that is comprehensive but customised to the individual requirements of your company. If you are looking to make significant financial changes, enlisting the assistance of a certified accountant with a high degree of corporate planning knowledge can help in any endeavour.

Why do you need strategy and planning

Your business needs to know how to operate in its particular market environment. However, to do so, your company should be ambitious and ‘hungry’ to meets its goals by using an efficient corporate and strategic long term plan. Well, this is not always easy, and you may encounter a few minor setbacks. Luckily, we’re here to guide you through the entire process.

Importance of Having a Strategic Plan : The main reason why we advice most of our clients to have a plan is to highlight all their company’s strategies in a well-defined manner. It should always remind you of what you want your business to achieve. Besides, it shows you all the threats and alerts you to upcoming opportunities in your desired market. By analyzing the weaknesses and strengths of your business, your strategic plan gives you a clear path towards achieving realistic goals.

Once you’ve decided on the direction that you want your business to take, we’ll guide you in attaining such objectives. Our team knows that in an operational capacity, the purpose of having a plan is helping you prepare the finances that you’ll need to meet your goals. If you’re a startup, we’ll assist you in setting up individual funds, accurate inventory, and staff, as well as other crucial resources.

As your company grows, it will have a strong foundation to help it adapt to changes in the economy such as the rapidly growing technological world. We’ve learned that the more you get exposed to new opportunities the more you’ll continue making innovative products and delivering top-notch service to your customers!


We care for our clients. Building and maintaining fantastic relationships is what we do best, we will never treat you as a number which is what makes 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.

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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 you should be asking answers to general questions.

Business Plan Review

Staying on top of your finances is incredibly important, whether you are a small business start-up or a large established company.

Business Growth Startegy

For those who are a little more informed with regards to growth process, we will divulge our specialist knowledge with you

Business Exit Strategy

With the future being unpredictable, we will always work with you to ensure you get the best deal when planning for exit

Employee Benefit Plan

We always aim to stay one step ahead and develop a clear plan in order to achieve an outcome that is kind to your bank account

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

No we do not charge any fee for initial consultation. We will try to give you free guidance if its something you can do easily by yourself. We will only charge you if you appoint us to do some work for you. 

We are giving free advice on general questions and this is one way of paying back to our local community who cannot get through to tax man. But if your question is of specific nature, we will tell you about our fee.

You can certainly ask question about accounting but you should know that we cannot teach you accounting over the phone or online. If you are not familiar with book keeping or accounting, its best to hire an accountant?

If you are only after advice, we will make a decision after hearing question. It may take further investigation and we may have to look into your personal circumstances to answer your question.

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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.