At Charterhouse, we’re not just accountants. At heart, we’re businesspeople who understand how business works, with the strategic know how to make it work more profitably. By using the numbers rather than just reporting them, we add the kind of value which can accelerate your business future.
You’ve handed over your spreadsheets, expense forms, financial projections and a breakdown of overheads. But can your accountant provide an intelligent overview of how you can drive your business forward? Because our knowledge has been acquired at the highest level across multiple sectors, a conversation with us can frequently yield the kind of business insights which can be of lasting financial benefit.
Here’s a taster of some of the services we provide:
Many companies often miscalculate how long it takes to compile accurate and timely accounting records, which are essential for avoiding late taxation and VAT filing penalties. At Charterhouse, comprehensive bookkeeping is our accounting bread and butter. Whether you’re a sole trader, partnership or limited company, our fast, cost-efficient service will be tailored to your specific needs, so you can get on with the business, of growing your business.
Our proven, efficient system makes Self-Assessment, completely stress free. Once you’ve completed our easy checklist and provided any supporting documentation, we get on with the rest. We’ll advise on any reliefs you’re entitled to, check whether you’ve been paying too much tax and if a refund is due, arrange for the rebate to be paid directly to you. We’ll then complete and file your return electronically with HMRC.
We can flex our VAT service to suit your needs, either preparing your VAT return from your records, or taking care of both your record keeping and the VAT return. We start by sense checking your VAT scheme is right for you. Some schemes can lead to substantial tax savings and significantly less bookkeeping. We’ll also ensure that you claim all the VAT you’re entitled to, particularly in potentially contentious areas such as mixed-use expenditure and motor running costs.
And for business advice that’s anything but samey.