Super efficient tax services

Taxswag offers a variety of professional accountancy services

 

Self Assessment 

Our favourite part of the taxation community! Your money is yours. We are here to make sure you’re in the best position financially. We have highlighted tax planning for Directors and Landlords.

 

HMRC Penalties

You wouldn’t try to remove your own tooth, so why complete your own HMRC enquiry? Enquiries can last years and can really drain your resources for your day to day trading. Let us deal with it for you.

 

Start Up Specialist

Whether it be obtaining finance, dealing with taxes, selecting insurances, registering in the union or even online banking - The “to do” list seemingly doesn’t get any smaller! Let us help you get you started.

 

Tax Credits

The transition from ‘benefits’ to ‘working’ can be a stressful area when planning your cash flow. We can help you to complete claims and minimise the risk of an overpayment being collected back by HMRC.

Accountancy Services

We’ve been told by our clients that the most important part of the accounting world is getting your ‘year end’ together. Finding the time and locating the documents can be a thing of the past.

 

National Insurance

There are so many types of National Insurance in the system. It can be confusing. We make it simple, whether you're employed, self employed or a director.

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Who is Kelly Anstee?

Described as ‘an accountant that breaks the mould’, Taxswag founder Kelly Anstee inspires her clients to become more connected. With a bold goal to help build a world in which the vast majority of self employed people go home everyday feeling fulfilled by their work and excited about their horizons, Kelly is leading a movement to inspire clients to be inspired with their technology and marketing roots, whilst remaining compliant with HMRC of course.

An experienced accountant, she has been working in this Industry since 2002 and has been featured locally on the radio and nationally online in her blog (reporting tax stings 18 months before the media did).

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