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How much do accountants charge?/ May 26, 2022

Well, we’re definitely in how long is a piece of string territory here, but here’s what you should know! Make sure you read to the bottom to find out how we calculate your fees in an open and transparent way here at Reach  We make sure that... more

  • How much do accountants charge?/ May 26, 2022

    Well, we’re definitely in how long is a piece of string territory here, but here’s what you should know! Make sure you read to the bottom to find out how we calculate your fees in an open and transparent way here at Reach.  We make sure that you have the level of support you and your business need, with the security of a fixed monthly fee you can rely on.   The factors that impact your accountancy fees I’m sure it’s no surprise that there are multiple factors that will affect your fee, of course starting with which services you need.  The fee for each service will then be affected by your specific circumstances.  For example:

  • Support Available for Business Owners in Relation to the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic/ March 18, 2020

    While we may not be able to physically join hands at the moment given the current social distancing measures, as business owners we can all virtually join together to help and support each other as much as we can. Hopefully, you will have seen the statement issued by the Prime Minister and Chancellor on 17th March 2020, outlining the additional support they are making available for businesses.  These measures include: Cash Grants and Loans

  • What the Budget Actually Means For You and Your Business Without the Politics!/ October 30, 2018

    What it means to YOU For individuals, the amount you can earn tax free will increase to £12,500 from 6th April 2019.  This is your Personal Allowance and should be fully utilised wherever possible. In addition, the level at which you pay 40% tax is increasing. So from 6th April 2019, you can earn £50k before paying higher rate tax.  You may therefore want to defer some of your income to the next tax year. The amount that you can gain from the sale of capital assets without paying tax will also increase to £12,000.  This is your Capital Gains Tax Exemption.  This is relevant