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Christian Hickmott

Founder and CEO of Integro Accounting, Christian Hickmott has over 20 years of accountancy and working practice knowledge. He understands the wants and needs of contractors, having lead some of the largest accountancy firms in the business before founding Integro Accounting in 2013. A brand based on integrity, trust and loyalty.

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Introducing your very own trusty tool, to show what your limited company owns – and owes.

23rd September, 2021 | Limited Companies

Not complicated but necessary, these records for your limited company should be up-to-date and to hand.

6th September, 2021 | Limited Companies

How much it will set you back to set up, maintain and operate an incorporated business.

25th August, 2021 | Limited Companies

Shoeboxes are out, but you still need a way to keep your company’s records in order for six years.

1st June, 2021 | Limited Companies

Don’t act in haste but do get clued up, whether the measures are personal or business.

22nd April, 2021 | First Timers

Plus, the almost half as many items where Value Added Tax isn’t recoverable (excludes grey areas).

15th April, 2021 | VAT

An overview of the HMRC option popular with new directors, and other contracting first-timers.

14th April, 2021 | VAT

‘Doing your books is one thing; juggling multiple duties to HMRC and Companies House is quite another.'

1st April, 2021 | Limited Companies

The what, why, how and lingo of P&L for limited company directors.

26th January, 2021 | Limited Companies

Could be £12; £40 or £100-plus. Or even ‘free.’ Yet only one route will pay dividends later.

15th January, 2021 | Limited Companies

Following on from part one, everything else PSCs need to know about VAT (includes IR35 and laptops).

3rd December, 2020 | VAT

Get bang up-to-date with the 1973 levy which, despite its long-winded name, needn’t be complicated.

19th November, 2020 | VAT

Book-keeping, expenses and invoice management all fall to you -- the director.

27th October, 2020 | Limited Companies

The minister reckons PSCs have got it good. Actually, official support for them falls woefully short.

The contractor workforce’s intentions were clear on covid’s eve. This pandemic looks set to cement them.