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Want a fixed-fees Suffolk accountant?

Introducing KPSK, a team of Accountants and Tax Advisers near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, with a vital difference.

One you'll love. You won't get a surprise invoice. Unusually for most accountants, you can choose to pay on a fixed fee basis. what does that mean for your business? It means you pay a fixed amount each month by standing order and not a large bill at year-end.

And, if you want extras, just pay a bit more. Like having the same shopping delivered from Tesco.com each week, then adding some bubbly one week. Like you do. So, that's fixed-fees, no-nasty-surprises, taxation-specialist accountants on your doorstep in Suffolk. Does it get much better?

It sure does. You won't get charged for phone calls and intial meetings, either. That means you can reach us easily, without worrying about the bill, and you speak to a living, breathing, accountant. And we advise you on your taxation issues. So we actively save you money too!

How does it work, then? Easy. You'll get a quote of the price, and manageable monthly payments that spread the cost with detailed billing so you know what you're paying for.

Customers love us

We've over 600 individual tax return clients and more than 250 companies in Suffolk and beyond, so we've vast experience of dealing with taxation issues.The majority of our clients come from referrals so our customers love us, too. And why not?

Talking your lingo

We're here for you. We're in a similar boat. Well, office. We set up the company ourselves. So we know what you're going through at every stage. That means we won't reinvent the wheel. Or the boat. We've done it many times. And we won't bore you with Maynard Keynes. Or Milton Keynes. We'll talk on your level, in your lingo. About the issues that affect your business.

Easy switching

But switching accountants can be tricky, you say. Well, we think not. It's just as easy as changing your gas or electricity supplier. Probably more fun. And a lot easier than finding a plumber on a Sunday. Oh, and we won't charge you for moving over - in fact, pop in, have a chat and a coffee. Chatting isn't taxable. So, all in all, if you're looking for Business and Tax Advisers in Suffolk who understand what its like to run a business, who give you proactive advice and fixed quotes, too, why not contact us today?

At KPSK, we work for you!

Tax news updates

Apr 2021

  • Latest news round up

    The Budget finally took place on 3 March 2021. None of the speculated tax changes, e.g. raising CGT came to pass, although the main rate of corporation tax will increase in 2023. Several allowances, such as the personal allowance and CGT annual exempt

  • Loss relief extension

    The Budget saw an announcement that the loss relief provisions available to both unincorporated business and companies are to be temporarily extended. There are differences in the way this will operate between the two types of business vehicle.

  • Dealing with an overdrawn Directors Loan Account

    Many companies use 31 March as the accounting reference date. As such, now is a good time to review the position of directors' current accounts for close companies. It is a common misunderstanding that if the company charges a commercial rate of interest

  • Tax relief for loans used for businesses

    There has been an unprecedented amount of support for businesses struggling due to Covid-19. However, back at the start of the crisis there were delays in the various schemes being set up. Additionally, a high number of newer businesses were completely in

  • April questions and answers

    Our company uses the cash accounting scheme. We've lost a lot of trade as a result of Brexit and Covid-19 and we're looking to sublet part of our warehouse. We have opted to tax this. We want to raise a single invoice at the end of each financial year

  • April Key tax dates

    1 - Due date for payment of Corporation Tax for accounting periods ending 30 June 2020 5 - Last day of 2020-21. Also a bank holiday (Easter Monday), so keep in mind if looking to utilise tax planning that is date sensitive, e.g. transfers into ISAs, Life