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  • norrahe
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    Stilwell Gray, been using them for years.

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  • monobrow
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    + Nixon Williams, came across well and have had no problems in first 3 months anyway
    - K&B as didn't return my call for new business
    - SJD as they seemed very keen to make it as easy as they could for themselves & fit me into a box, i.e. not very personal

    just my 2 pence. there are loads out there, ring them up, ask the right questions, make your choice. but any of the top 10 are good enough i'm sure.

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  • sy8111
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    Originally posted by Waldorf View Post
    I use Nixon Williams and have no problems, they charge £75+VAT per month.

    I had a flyer from Primus a few months ago, but noticed that they were not qualified accountants, the £60 offer is probably a teaser to build up their business.
    How to check accountancy qualification? Thanks

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  • CheeseSlice
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    Professional Contractors Group have a search engine for accountants in your area that are trained in IR35 matters.

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  • Waldorf
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    I use Nixon Williams and have no problems, they charge £75+VAT per month.

    I had a flyer from Primus a few months ago, but noticed that they were not qualified accountants, the £60 offer is probably a teaser to build up their business.

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  • sy8111
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    Originally posted by creativejunki View Post
    Cheers for advice. So far I have been recommended;

    SJD
    Primus
    InTouch
    Churchill Knight

    Its whittled the list down which helps.
    I checked SJD and Primus, former fee is about 95/m, and latter is 60/m. Anyone can tell whether there is real difference of their services? Is it OK I go for the cheaper one?

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  • creativejunki
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    Cheers

    Cheers for advice. So far I have been recommended;

    SJD
    Primus
    InTouch
    Churchill Knight

    Its whittled the list down which helps.

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  • SueEllen
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    Do a search for the word accountant. All the firms will pop up.

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  • Old Greg
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    I use SJD as do many others here. They are not the cheapest but are very good, particularly when you're new. Bear in mind that you don't just want someone who will keep your books in order, but someone who can be relied on to give you good advice on taxation etc.

    Best of luck.

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  • Newby
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    I thought linky linky's

    were banned?

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