TaxAssist Accountants Loughborough provides a wide range of accountancy services including tax returns, annual accounts, payroll and bookkeeping. TaxAssist Accountants in Loughborough are a part of the largest network of accountants who offer a wealth of experience and expertise to over 65,000 small businesses right across the UK. We help a diverse range of small businesses including start-ups, sole traders, limited companies and landlords who operate in many industries.
We are local experts in helping small business owners, the self-employed and individuals with all of their tax and accountancy needs in Shepshed, Loughborough and the surrounding areas. The practice is led by Carl Whitehead who has been with TaxAssist Accountants since 2008.
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We have used TaxAssist for years (over 12) and have always found their service to be rapid and accurate. They have always given good advice and guidance and been available to help if we had any issues or questions. Carl is our accountant now and he does the accounts for our companies in a very professional and friendly manner. It is very easy for me to recommend them to others.
Self-employed offered to join Making Tax Digital pilot
Published: 20th March 2018
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has made a statement of intent to extend its revolutionary digital tax system to self-employed professionals. The tax authority has confirmed an income tax pilot for self-employed individuals and their accountancy age...
Business rates, VAT and the digital economy prioritised in Spring Statement 2018
Published: 13th March 2018
This afternoon, the Chancellor of the Exchequer gave his first Spring Statement speech to the House of Commons, providing an update on the health of the national economy. Chancellor, Philip Hammond confirmed that the UK economy was growing at a so...
Spring Statement 2018: What to expect
Published: 8th March 2018
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, will address the House of Commons on Tuesday, 13th March in what the UK Government is calling the inaugural Spring Statement. It is the first lower-profile fiscal event since the Government opted to switch...