Welcome to the Hassle Free Accounts and Tax Blog. We hope you find the blog articles about accounting, tax and running a business useful. If you have any suggestions for blog posts you’d like to see or have any questions, please get in touch.

Covid-19 Update

With a large number of businesses in the UK now shut in accordance with government guidelines to help manage the Covid-19 pandemic I wanted to summarise the measures currently in

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Starting a New Business Blog

Starting a New Business

So you’re starting a new business…What do you need to do? In this blog post we’ll take you through some of the steps and decisions you need to make. If

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Tax Planning For Christmas

Whilst Christmas is still a few months away I expect many of you are starting to make plans, so it’s a great time to do some Christmas tax planning (if you’re a Limited Company). Read this blog for ways you might be able to save yourself money this Christmas.

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Accounting Blog

7 Top Tips For Getting Your Pricing Right

Working out how to set your prices can be a minefield when you start a business? Too cheap and you’ll be working very hard yet not making a profit. Too expensive and you will struggle to find any customers. Here are my top tips to get you on the right track.

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14 Ways Your Accountant Can Make You More Profitable

The cost of appointing an accountant means many new businesses choose to try and complete their own tax returns and accounts. Whilst there is nothing wrong with this (and at Hassle Free Accounts and Tax I try to support small businesses do this by offering training) there are many ways that having an accountant can make you more profitable and save you money.

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How Do You Choose An Accountant?

It’s a common misconception that a person needs to pass exams before they can become an accountant. Unlike many professions, anyone can call themselves an accountant and offer their services to the public. This can make it difficult for businesses who are trying to pick an accountant. So how do you choose an accountant?

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