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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    Uptons are not accepting new clients...
    Very Good !!

    They are Called AW Gray & Butler

    Google it and phone them, but as I said, i don' think they're taking clients on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TestMangler View Post
    Like f**k it's SJD.

    Several people have PM'd asking and i've passed the info on, but please note, I believe they are not currently accepting new clients.
    Sorry, getting my threads a little bit crossed up.

    However, read this bit - http://forums.contractoruk.com/accou...ml#post1440401

    Which all goes to show that getting reccomends is a waste of time: for every plus there's a minus.
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    To the OP: Could it be that your expectations are unreasonable? Some of your other threads and posting would suggest you need a significant amount of handholding: borrowing cash from the company; wiring money to France and expecting this to claimed as expenses etc.

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    Contractor accounting is a money printing license...

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    And believe it or not we get off lightly compared to tradesmen.

    I was speaking to my plumber/heating installer on the weekend and he pays 250 a month and he doesn't even know what his accountant does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just1morethen View Post
    To the OP: Could it be that your expectations are unreasonable? Some of your other threads and posting would suggest you need a significant amount of handholding: borrowing cash from the company; wiring money to France and expecting this to claimed as expenses etc.
    yeah so? I paid back the money borrowed..got a fair amount of tax money saved up which is more than what I can say for my other freelance chums

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeystone View Post
    yeah so? I paid back the money borrowed..got a fair amount of tax money saved up which is more than what I can say for my other freelance chums
    I don't even think you know what you are talking about. Tax money saved up???
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    Quote Originally Posted by TestMangler View Post
    These firms that charge £100 + per month and tell you they are 'specialist' contractor accountants are pulling your pisser. They are relying on the fact that most contractors have absolutely no clue about running a business and they're exploiting you for it.
    They are charging you for the fact that you require your accountant to do every little baby step for you - that's part of the service rather than exploitation.

    I also doubt that a typical 'real' business accountant is as up to speed with all the little nuances of being a disguised employee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    They are charging you for the fact that you require your accountant to do every little baby step for you - that's part of the service rather than exploitation.

    I also doubt that a typical 'real' business accountant is as up to speed with all the little nuances of being a disguised employee.
    So you think that contractors are the only people who use Ltd Companies ?
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