Contractors and IR35

Are you a freelancer, designer, engineer or contractor?

Ever thought of setting up your own business or Company?

Are you worried you might be within IR35 rules?

Freelancers, Designers, Consultants, Engineers and all types of contractors all have surprisingly similar requirements when it comes to business structures, tax planning, cash flow and more.  It's tough running your own business, and it’s even tougher trying to keep up to date with all the different tax reliefs and schemes available to you.

We are here to help you maximise your take home pay and keep you inside the law. We think it’s better for you to focus on your business, yourself and your family, and let us deal with the tax and accounting side of things.

We have many years of experience working with a large range of contractors and freelancers. That means if you have any questions we know how to help you with them.

We can offer you advice and support in setting up and running your Company with free online software and a comprehensive range of services. Just look at the list below.

  • Setting up a new Company
  • Free software to keep your records on worth £130 a year
  • Contract reviews
  • Dealing with Companies House and HMRC for you
  • Producing and filing your payroll and VAT
  • Producing and filing your annual accounts
  • Completion of personal Tax returns
  • Advice on Capital Gains and Inheritance tax

We know you’ll have questions on your mind such as:

"What is IR35?"
"Should I be a limited company, use an umbrella company or be a sole trader?"
"Should I register for VAT?"
"What expenses can I claim for?"

So to help you with this, we've written a contractors limited companies guide which you can read for free here.

Worried about the costs? Check out what we will charge here.

So if you're looking for dedicated accountants for contractors why not get in touch.

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We have a range of calculators to help you to check and plan your finances

Read our limited companies guide >

It’s totally free, and gives you advice and guidance around setting up as a contractor or freelancer.