Specialist Services

Our specialist tax services by our specialist team of accountants

Wide range of specialist services for your business

Our team of accounting and tax experts are fully qualified and will be able to help you with the more specialist accountancy and tax problems you may face. We will look at your own particular situation, circumstances and industry and offer you fully tailored advice and assistance specifically tailor-made for your own needs.

Support for your business

At The Accountancy Solutions, we have been operating for over a decade now within the accounting and tax sector. Although we have a relatively small team – they are all incredibly talented and waiting to help you. As a company, we have worked alongside many clients at that time, all with their own specialist accounting and tax needs. Over the course of that time, we have handled various tasks and projects in most sectors, including retail, health care, legal, media and construction. Our small but dedicated team at The Accountancy Solutions understand accountancy and tax well. They will help you plan and maintain your finances with the future in mind.

Forensic Accounting

We fully understand the sensitivity and professionalism that these type of cases require so promise to approach them confidently.

Tax Investigations

If you have received a letter from the HMRC regarding an income tax investigation, call our team for a quick review of your tax.

R & D Tax Relief

Our team can help you gather and collate the information to ensure tax relief on research and development costs are claimed successfully.

Family Office Services

Regardless of what your family office needs specifically, our specialist team of accounting experts at Accountancy Solutions can help you.

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

Our core services are about tax investigations. Apart from  tax investigations, we also undertake specialist work of research and development tax relief. Our family business office look after high net worth individuals.

We always charge fixed fee and will let client know before even they sign up with us. This is to maintain our trust with client and let them plan their financial outgoings for future.

If you are subject to tax investigation, we provide free and no obligation advice. This advice will be specific to your circumstances and will equip you with knowledge and guidance of HMRC.

No we do not advice on money laundering cases unless it is a civil tax investigation case. If CPS or police has been involved we will ask for a bank guarantee before we advice you. 

Free advice for our clients

Our Services For Business

Client Testimonials

Our clients are our assets and we take every step to look after them and provide them the advice and support when ever they need. 

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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.

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Selling the Buy to Let property at a loss

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