After the Summer Budget, for many contractors there may be a number of questions surrounding the challenges and opportunities it presented. Whilst George Osborne set out to deliver a Budget for working people, many hard working contractors may be feeling a little deflated by the pledges set out.
You may be confused about the new tax proposals, worried about IR35, or just a bit apprehensive about the proposed changes. There has never been a more important time to put your trust in a contractor accountant that understands the challenges you're facing.
Download our guide: How do I choose the right contractor accountant? for advice on helping you find the right supplier for you.
Your current accountant should be doing everything they can to guide you through the new challenges the Budget has presented, whilst continuing to give you the service and attention you deserve. If they're not, it's time to look at switching. Use our free calculator to see how little it costs to switch to Intouch.
Our client's best interests are always at the forefront of everything we do.
Whilst some contractors rely on accounting software or their own tidy processes to keep their accounts up to date, there's no substitute for the expert knowledge and guidance a contractor accountant can provide. The combination of an online contractor specific accountancy portal and a tailored personal service that's unique to your requirements and demands, Intouch Accounting can champion your needs, ensuring that you get the most from your contractor take home pay whilst still remaining compliant.
If you are currently using an accountant, look at the service you are receiving – if it’s software-heavy but light on personal advice you are likely to be missing out on opportunities. Consider if you are making the most out of contracting and fully mitigating the risks. And most importantly, that you are only paying the right amount of tax!
If you're ready to make the move to Intouch today, contact us now for more information.
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