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Found 6th Aug
Does anyone know of any accountants and how much they charge? Is it monthly or yearly?

Thanks in advance
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Bit of an open ended question right here.
People would need a lot more information first:
What do you need the accountant to do? would be a good start.

not having a go, just saying without full info, people cant advise
Also location, for small local accountants
FreeDeal4 m ago

Bit of an open ended question right here.People would need a lot more …Bit of an open ended question right here.People would need a lot more information first:What do you need the accountant to do? would be a good start.not having a go, just saying without full info, people cant adviseAlso location, for small local accountants


No its fine just didn't want to put too much detail either, preferably an accountant in the SE and it will be a Ltd company to run some rental income through, if that's any help?
cliosport658 m ago

No its fine just didn't want to put too much detail either, preferably an …No its fine just didn't want to put too much detail either, preferably an accountant in the SE and it will be a Ltd company to run some rental income through, if that's any help?



Cheers, then probably monthly. Again spending on what you need they will either charge for work done or a monthly set fee.
You would need to talk to them directly and see what you want and what they can offer, then duiscuss prices etc.

Hope this helps
I submit my rental records to my accountant yearly and subsequently pay them yearly. Unfortunately I can’t recommend them as they specialise in doing tax returns for black cabbies and do my rentals as an add on. If you give them all the detailed information on a covering sheet ( with the supporting documents/receipts) it will be cheaper as they will spend less time on your file. From memory I paid about £500 covering 3 rentals this year. You can always ring round a few local firms, explain what you need and ask for a fixed fee quote.
I think you should be looking at paying around £200 per property.
All in, I pay circa 1k a year for personal and Ltd Company accounts and the appropriate submissions to the Tax man. But that will vary as to how much work they need to do. Probably less if its just rental income.
£270 a every year to do books. That's sort figures and submit to tax office.
Edited by: "wayners" 6th Aug
wayners2 m ago

£270 a every year to do books. That's sort figures and submit to tax …£270 a every year to do books. That's sort figures and submit to tax office.


Who's that with and what's the business?
cliosport656 h, 20 m ago

Who's that with and what's the business?


Local accountant and tradesman. I thought costs was alway based on turnover
wayners14 h, 31 m ago

Local accountant and tradesman. I thought costs was alway based on turnover


No, not in the slightest, based on work required. I have seen many low turnover businesses that require a lot of work.
Phone a few, visit your favourite couplet, get a couple of quotes.

You'll need, statutory accounts, logement with companies house. Company tax return, lodgement with HMRC, personal tax return, lodgement with HMRC, preparation of dividend counterfoils and minutes.

Anyplace between £600 and £1500 at a guess.
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