Are you visiting our website to look for an accountant covering Plymouth, Torbay, Teignbridge, Exeter or maybe you are situated even further afield? In today’s digital world distance should not be seen as a hurdle, long gone are the days when your accountants’ offices needed to be on your doorstep. There is a myriad of ways that communications and interactions can be achieved with readily available technology, from using cloud computing for bookkeeping, digital signatures for documents and video calls for face-to-face discussions.

Perhaps your primary goal is to find an accountant who you feel really understands you and your business? Is the idea of a competitive fixed price, quoted in advance of any work being undertaken key to your decision? Or are you just keen to appoint someone who talks your language and doesn't try to baffle you with financial terminology? Everyone has different criteria for choosing an accountant, that's why we like to invest time with you upfront, finding out exactly what's important to you.

We can manage anything from payroll, bookkeeping and personal taxation to limited company accounts and everything in between; and our first introductory meeting is always free. Your list of priorities may not place the day-to-day fiscal management of your business at the top and yet there's no point being in business unless you know you're making a profit. This is where we can help with completing part of the administrative burden businesses are faced with.

With all the risks that working for yourself involves and the challenging work required it certainly makes sense to engage a professional adviser to minimise your tax wherever possible, maximising your chances to succeed and prosper.

Call us today on 01626 832272 or 07980 278664 for a free no obligation conversation. Alternatively you can email us at office@mjsaccounts.co.uk with details of your enquiry and we will contact you to discuss your requirements and how we can help.

Latest News

A record-breaking 11.5 million taxpayers submitted their Self Assessment tax returns for the 2022 to 2023 tax year by midnight on 31 January, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) reveals.

More than 12.1 million taxpayers were expected to file a tax return and pay any tax owed. Of those that met their obligations by the deadline, 778,068 beat the clock to complete it on 31 January, including:

  • 61,549 customers who filed between 16:00 and 16:59

    – the peak hour for filing

  • 32,958 customers who filed between 23:00 and 23:59
  • HMRC is urging anyone who missed the deadline to submit their tax return now. There is an interactive tool on GOV.UK to help customers with their return. Late filing and late payment penalties are charged for failure to meet the deadline.