If your business has a turnover above the VAT registration limit, with very few exceptions, you will need to register with HMRC for VAT, in some circumstances, particularly if you mainly work with other VAT registered businesses, it may be beneficial to voluntarily register for VAT even if your turnover is below the registration limit. TaxSmart can help you with this decision and explain all the pros and cons.

The TaxSmart team can help you with all aspects of the VAT process – from initial registration to completion of the quarterly VAT returns. We will ensure you are registered for the most appropriate VAT scheme and monitor this to make sure you keep on the most beneficial scheme.

We can prepare your VAT return; either from your own bookkeeping records or we can complete both the bookkeeping and the VAT return on your behalf, making sure you claim as much VAT expense as possible to minimise your VAT bill.

HMRC levy penalties and interest for late VAT registration, errors and late VAT returns. But with us taking care of your VAT affairs, you can have peace of mind knowing that the returns are being completed correctly and in a timely fashion.

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TaxSmart Accounting are an independent and forward thinking accountant with the flexibility to meet the client’s needs in a professional and personal manner.  Outsource as much or as little of your bookkeeping and payroll needs as required with our fully personalised service.  Contact us today for further information or a free consultation on how we can help your business.

Three Easy Steps

1. Visit our
High Street Offices

Conveniently situated on the High Street, visit one of our offices for a friendly informal chat, our door is always open.

2. Chat to
an expert

Meet with one of our expert accountants who will determine exactly how we can help you and your business. This meeting is FREE and there is no obligation to use our services.

3. Get a
fixed quote

Once we have had the initial meeting, we will provide you with a fixed quote to cover all the work we believe is required.