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Can you recommend a really good accountant?

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  1. Edwin

    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    I'm looking for specific recommendations for an accountant/tax advisor.

    Ideally, I'm looking for a firm up to speed on and able to handle as many of the accounting/taxation issues below as possible (all would be ideal!)

    - Domain name purchases, registrations, renewals and sales (and perhaps also leasing in future)
    - Parking revenue
    - Affiliate/advertising/sponsorship revenues from operating websites
    - UK company formations
    - Overseas company formations
    - Merits of overseas/UK companies for specific purposes

    Please send me the info by email if you don't mind, PMs are a bit restrictive. Either to my contact email on this forum, or to the one on my website (in my sig)

    Thanks very much in advance!
     
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    I have used him for the last 2 years, seems very efficient, nice bloke, sets up a winweb online account for you so you can do your reciepts and payments online.
     
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    HariSeldon Active Member Exclusive Member

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    I can't suggest a general accountant well versed in the domaining world but when you eventually start to consider your end game I would recommend you take advice from a tax specialist rather than a domain specialist.

    Assuming we're talking UK, getting it wrong could mean handing over 50% to the tax man, getting it right could bring this down to as little as 10% to the tax man depending on the total value.
     
  6. Edwin

    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Thanks everyone, think I've found what I was after.
     
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    In Barnsley, good enough for me I start popiing across to him. Got to be cheaper than all these fines for late filling at companies house. :(
     
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    redbird Well-Known Member

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    Another vote for keith from me :)
     
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    max99x Well-Known Member

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    another vote for keith from me too. i must be his worst client tho as im extremely unorganised and have invoices at uni and at home lol
     
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    I have been watching this thread with interest as I could do with someone reliable, but is the website working for anyone? I get a website not found.
     
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    Not working for me either at the moment ...

    Rgds
     
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    He emailed me today and mentioned he was updating some pages with new tax changes, maybe took it down whilst updating
     
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