Bespoke, personal accountancy, that’s dedicated to you and your self-employed business.
Self-Employed Support Plans
Depending on your circumstances, you can also add supplementary features to your bespoke self-employed accountancy package. This includes things like CIS and payroll services. Talk to our team today to find out more.
**Bookkeeping support is for up to 50 transactions per month.
Best accountants for self-employed
As a self-employed sole trader, covering all bases can prove difficult. With such demands on your time, your tax and accounts can all too often take a backseat. By handing over the hassle to a specialist self-employed accountant, like Danbro Business, you’ll no longer have to worry about missing deadlines or falling foul of compliance regulations.
We’ll ensure the financial side of your business operates more professionally and tax efficiently. And, if you choose to go limited, we’ll get your new company formed and incorporated in under 24 hours. With Danbro Business, you’ll have one, dedicated point of contact. Not to mention FREE access to market-leading business accounting software. Our fees are fixed and you can cancel anytime.
What’s more, with our call booking and video calling facilities, your dedicated Personal Accountant will be available all year round to provide tailored advice, support and guidance as and when you need it.
Am I self-employed?
If you ‘run a business for yourself and take responsibility for its success or failure’, you’re classed as being self-employed. Self-employed sole traders work for themselves, rather than a specific employer. They often earn income through contracting with different clients and businesses.
If you’re a contractor, you can choose whether you want to be an employee or self-employed. For instance, if you choose to contract through an agency or umbrella company, you’ll get classed as an employee of that organisation. Furthermore, if you work for an employer AND run your own business, you can be simultaneously employed and self-employed.
How does a self-employed person get paid?
Getting paid as a self-employed person does not carry the same certainty as an employee. If you’re self-employed, you’re not exclusively affiliated with one client, so you’re unlikely to receive a regular, set salary. Nor will you receive the same rights or benefits as someone in employment.
As a self-employed sole trader, you get to keep your business’s profits after you’ve paid tax on them. Though, you are also responsible for any losses your business may suffer.
Limited company directors, on the other hand, tend to pay themselves a combination of basic salary and shareholders’ dividends, where profits remain after tax. For more information on whether to go limited or become a sole trader, click here.