Training to become an architect or surveyor can take a very long time, and when you finally get the ball rolling on your business, the last thing you want to do is spend your time trying to keep on top of your paperwork.
Well qualified architects and surveyors will always be in demand, and due to the nature of the work the accounting side of things can be challenging. Project-based work, overseas business and complex relationships with other contractors can make it hard to keep on top of everything.
At Dead Simple Accounting we can help take control of your finances, managing everything from self-assessment’s, incorporating companies and more.
Why Use Dead Simple Accounting
Dealing with finances is no easy feat considering the amount of paperwork and legalities involved. Dead Simple Accounting takes on the boring stuff, leaving you to focus on maintaining and growing your business.
We work with lots of contractors from all fields, and know the challenges they may face, as well as all the possible expenses you could claim. We can guide you through the entire process, from registering as self-employed to completing your self-assessment and filing them with HMRC.
We also offer services that help to forecast any risks that stand in the way of your goals.
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At Dead Simple Accounting we charge just £275 including VAT for self-assessment tax returns, and can take you through the entire process.
If you’re interested in other services, such as setting up a company or payroll, head over to our quote page for a free and instant estimate.
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What Expenses can Architects and Surveyors Claim?
There are lots of expenses associated with being an architect or surveyor that you may be able to claim, such as:
- Laptop (if for business use)
- Website design, development and hosting
- Software and associated subscriptions
- Trade magazine subscriptions
- Use of a home office, and the associated amenities (broadband, electricity etc.)
- Accountants fees
- Mobile phone bill (if for business use)
- Work-related books
- Travel and mileage (if for business use)
- And more.
These days there’s an abundance of tools and resources at your disposal, software that handles your invoices and expenses, to mobile based banks that cut the boring paperwork.
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