Accounting Services

A business will require varying degrees of input and advice throughout their life cycle. Regardless of the stage you are at in your growth, UNW will have the support, and sound planning, that you specifically require.

UNW’s accounting services team deal with a client base ranging from sole traders to multi-million-pound turnover companies, covering a wide array of sectors that include dentistry, travel and tourism, hospitality, manufacturing and engineering. We have garnered a reputation in the marketplace for successfully providing a wide range of accounting services for small and start-up businesses.

We are also able to offer a full outsourced finance function, that covers not only the basics such as bookkeeping and VAT returns, but also insight on budgeting and forecasting.

MEET THE TEAM

Our first charity briefing of 2020 will provide a roundup of recent developments within both financial reporting and compliance. More information and registration at the link below: unw.co.uk/event/charity-…

With heavily anticipated changes to IR35 tax rules coming into force from 6th April 2020, UNW Employment Taxes partner Lee Muter offers insight into the updated legislation for employers in this month's @NETimesMagazine. Read more: netimesmagazine.co.uk/editorial/ir35…

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