Accountants for Childminders

As a Childminder, it may feel like you literally always have your hands full. You are responsible for the welfare of several little ones at once and it’s a juggling act to balance their safety, learning & development. But you can relax in the knowledge that Dead Simple Accounting are experts when it comes to accountancy services for Childminders. It is, however, important to keep on top of your paperwork to avoid further headache down the line. With our help, you can concentrate on the ABC’s and you can leave the numbers to us.

Why Use Dead Simple Accounting

Keeping on top of your finances is no easy feat considering the amount of paperwork and legalities involved. It can be confusing with all the hoops you have to jump through, especially when you’re just starting out. Dead Simple Accounting leaves you to take care of your performances, while we take care of the boring stuff.

We’re experts when it comes to accountancy services for Childminders, we can get you up and running in no time, so you can focus on running after those kids. We can also take the stress out of your self-assessment, helping to maximise your profits and reduce the amount of tax you need to pay.

We also offer services that help to forecast any risks that stand in the way of your goals, mapping out a fool proof plan to help you go from strength to strength.

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Our Pricing

At Dead Simple Accounting we charge just £199+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.

What Expenses can a Childminder claim?

There are lots of expenses associated with being a Childminder that you may be able to claim, such as:

  • Nappies and wipes
  • Food and drink
  • Craft Supplies
  • Stationary
  • Toys and play equipment
  • Cleaning materials
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Health and safety equipment
  • Motor costs
  • Training costs (such as first aid training)
  • DBS Certificates
  • Ofsted registration fees
  • Insurance
  • Computer equipment
  • Heating and electricity bills
  • Household bills
  • Telephone and internet bills

Generally speaking, if something is solely for business use then it’s likely it can be claimed as an expense. It’s important that you keep on top of your paperwork, so ensure you save all receipts and invoices and snap a picture of them as a backup.

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