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Neil Kellaway

Neil started a career as an Accountant in 2011, specialising in helping hundreds of contractors. Neil enjoys building relationships with clients and helping them manage their finances all the way through their contracting career. Whilst also helping manage and develop the next Accountants within Intouch.

As Operations Manager, Neil manages a team of Accountants, and also Intouch's Service Support team. This ensures that we continue to provide expert advice within the contracting market and develop our junior members of staff. The Service Support team complete all the Bookkeeping, VAT & Accounts that are required for clients at Intouch.' 

Author Content

'Engineering a contract around the rules won’t impress HMRC.'

29th May, 2019 | Expenses

Downloadable chart to keep track of your contractor business when it’s on the road.

19th May, 2019 | Expenses

Umbrella's checklist of the most popular 'wholly, exclusively and necessary' expenses.

15th May, 2019 | Expenses

Intouch Accounting on how to make the most of relief on the road.

8th May, 2019 | Expenses

Expert helps a contractor wanting a tax deduction on formal wear and food.

25th April, 2019 | Expenses

One IT contractor's current and future arrangements are ripe for reimbursements.

13th April, 2019 | Expenses

Succeeding as a contractor with a ‘Ltd’ is easier if its make-up is understood.

2nd March, 2019 | Limited Companies

The general view of HMRC is that working for an agency does not qualify for travel expenses.

25th February, 2019 | Expenses

Expenses aid for a would-be contractor feeling stung by the travel costs of a new opportunity.

21st February, 2019 | Expenses

Expenses do's and don'ts for a 'Ltd' contractor with limited space.

20th February, 2019 | Expenses

Charging expenses back to the client is common, but there are important ground rules that have to be followed if you wish to avoid falling foul of VAT regulations.

20th January, 2019 | Expenses

For IT contractors operating their own limited company, understanding the intricacies of tax-deductible expenses can mean the difference between just getting by and real profitability.

6th January, 2019 | Expenses