Salford-2.jpg
Tax Accountant Salford

Pro Tax Accountant
YOUR ONLINE  TAX ACCOUNTANT

IN SALFORD

At Pro Tax Accountant in Salford, we provide a friendly and efficient service that our clients can count on. We know you don't always have time to come see us, so we can schedule a meeting online whenever you want, including in the evenings. The first meeting is free and we pride ourselves on having very competitive rates.

Pro Tax Accountant is a UK-based accounting firm. Established in 2009, with the goal of providing complete business accounting and management accounting solutions for small businesses, sole proprietors, and the self-employed, we have grown from just 15 clients to more than 100 today.

 

We provide personalized services to a combination of a sole proprietorship, partnership, and limited liability company throughout Salford. In addition to this, we have a strong vision for future growth by adding auditing, business consulting, and outsourcing to our portfolio of services. If you are looking for your first tax accountant in Salford or considering a change, call the PTA for an initial conversation.

Although we have an affiliated office in Salford, this office is not intended to deal with the public. Therefore, all of our accounting services in Salford are provided online. Therefore, you do not need to come to visit us to get our services. Simply contact us in one of the following ways, to inform us of your need and we will ensure that you get the most professional tax/accounting advisory services that can best serve your purpose.

Salford
Tax Accounting in Salford
Sunrise in Salford, UK
Tax Advisor
Accounting Services Poole

Salford

Accountant in Salford

Our Tax Accounting Services in Salford

 
 

Why Choose Us !

Experienced 

We have 16 years of experience of handling tax accounting

Online

All our accounting and tax accounting services are available online

Professional 

We have a team of professional accountants and tax advisors 

Affordable 

We offer all accounting and tax advisory services at the most affordable prices

Expert

Pro Tax Accountant is considered to be an expert for tax accounting

Friendly

We don't make clients, we make friends who can rely on us like real friends

Reliable

Our clients trust us 100% with their confidential matters

Updated

We always keep ourselves updated with the most recent tax developments

 

FAQs

01.

What Does A Tax Accountant Do in the UK?

Tax Accountants help their clients, companies, or individuals, to ensure that they comply with their legal tax and bookkeeping obligations. The functions of tax advisors include tax planning activities, as well as ensuring compliance with legal regulations and compliance with corporate governance procedures. In day-to-day business, this may include completing and filing income tax returns, explaining tax laws to high net worth clients, or ensuring there are strategies in place for proposed legislative changes. Tax regulations are not only complex, they are constantly evolving.

03.

Do I Need An Accountant To Do My Tax Return UK?

You don't need an accountant to complete your tax return, but it's important to understand what you're getting into if you don't. Tax returns can be complex, and without professional advice, it is all too easy to make mistakes that result in underpayment or even overpayment of your tax liability, or missing the due dates or not attaching the required documentation etc. All this can cause you fines. If you find that you don't have time to file your taxes before the deadline or you can't handle the hassle of filing your taxes or you don't understand all the regulations, or you have a very complicated financial record, you may want to hire a tax professional like a tax advisor tax accountant. Therefore, hiring an accountant to do your tax return is a good option.

05.

Do Accountants Save you Money on Taxes?

By helping you with everything from day-to-day bookkeeping to developing a business plan, your accountant can not only help you cut weird costs here and there but also make long-term adjustments that will save you money. This also saves you a lot of precious time which you can use in your business and make a profit out of it. After all, time is money! Speak to our accountant at Pro Tax Accountant today and see how they can take your business to the next level.

07.

What Do I Need to Prepare for Tax Accountant?

If you're going to be meeting with your tax accountant to discuss your tax return, don't go empty-handed. Preparing for this meeting is not only wise, but it also saves you and your accountant a lot of time and effort. Always start with last year's tax return. You must have your personal data, your tax file number, your sources of income, your tax deductions, deductions, and other relevant information previously claimed, and your bank accounts record. You should also have a brief record of your / your company’s assets and any increase in these assets over the past financial year.

09.

How Long Should I Keep My Income Tax Records?

When you declare a certain level of income for taxes, you need to prove it with it proper financial record.

You must keep your records for at least 22 months after the end of the tax year for which the tax return is applicable. For example, if you file your 2021-2022 tax return online before January 31, 2022, keep your records at least until the end of January 2024.

02.

How Much Does a Tax Advisor Cost in the UK?

The charges of a tax accountant vary from service to service. If you are an entrepreneur or self-employed the fees can range from £ 100 to £ 1500 per month and will cover managing your accounts, submitting your VAT forms, self-assessment forms, accounting, payroll, declarations at the end of the year, and for a sole trader fee can range from £ 50 to £ 1300 per month and will cover the same services listed above for entrepreneurs. The more services you require, the more you have to pay. For a single service, you may be charged per hour.

04.

Is It Worth Using a Tax Accountant?

Yes, if you think you need a little help filing your taxes correctly, a tax accountant would be a better option. As well as making sure that you file your tax returns correctly, a tax accountant can advise you on what you can and cannot claim your tax exemptions/overpaid taxes. Moreover, the tax regulations are always dynamics – new ones taking place and the old ones being amended. How many of us can keep ourselves updated with all these changes all the time. It is a part of the job of a tax accountant to keep himself updated with all the developments in the taxation system and make sure that his clients’ taxes are paid in accordance with these changes.

06.

How Long Does it Take an Accountant to Do a Tax Return in the UK?

This is a very common question! It usually takes between 5 days and 8 weeks, depending on a number of factors, including the system involved (for example, via PAYE or self-assessment or corporate tax, etc.), whether you have applied online or in the paper, and whether or not HMRC performs security checks during the process. So depending upon your situation, it is a good idea to ask your accountant to start doing your taxes well advance the due date.

08.

Do Accountants Need Receipts?

If your accountant doesn't have receipts, you may have to make assumptions, and/or some expenses could be completely ignored, which may increase your tax bill. Your accountant will need the petty cash balance at the end of the year. Therefore these records are essential. If your accountant manages your payroll, he will need a printed copy of the payroll for each month so that he can verify all salary amounts and other taxes. Similarly, all business expenses claimed should be backed up by proper receipts.

10.

Can HMRC Check My Bank Account?

Yes, if the HMRC is investigating a taxpayer, it has the power to issue a "third party notice" to request information from banks and other financial institutions. They can also issue these opinions to taxpayers' attorneys, accountants, and real estate agents. However, this does not mean that the tax authorities can issue these opinions at their discretion. The HMRC must not only prove that the information is "reasonably required", but that the taxpayer or a tax court must give its approval.

 

Contact Us !

Online Form

You can give us the complete details of your tax accounting requirements by filling up our online form.

Send Us Email

You can always contact us by email, especially if you are not free in working hours. So you can email at your free time.

Call Us

On all working days, you can call us during working hours. However due to a large No. queries, you may have to wait.

 Callback

The best way to contact us by phone is to request a "callback". It means you can talk to us at the time of your convenience.