We are a firm of UK Chartered Accountants, Tax Advisers and Auditors that specialise in helping non-UK companies and individuals set-up and expand their activities in the UK. This has always been, and remains, our core service.
We help overseas companies set up and grow in the UK
We help UK businesses that are owned by overseas companies and entrepreneurs to set up and grow in the UK. We’ve won various awards because of our expertise in this area.
“Leading Advisor for Non-UK Business Start Ups”AI Global Excellence Awards 2019
“Best UK Advisor to Overseas Entrepreneurs”Finance Monthly Magazine – M&A Awards 2019
“Leading Expert in UK Customs Procedures”London Prestige Awards 2019/20
“International Personal Tax – Adviser of the Year UK”Finance Monthly Magazine M&A Awards 2019
AccountsCo’s strength is its focus on international companies
We believe that we are particularly suited to international businesses because we deal with non-UK businesses operating in the UK on a daily basis. This means that we thoroughly understand the UK aspects of international trade, tax, VAT and law and that we have a good knowledge of many other countries’ rules and regulations.
Assistance with starting up
We provide assistance with all aspects of starting a business in the UK, from providing initial consultancy through to incorporating (creating) a standalone company and dealing with all of the necessary tax and other registrations through to, if necessary, company closure.
We deal with international VAT, tax, duties and payroll issues on a daily basis.
English may not be your first language
If English isn’t your first language, we often have a staff member available that can discuss matters with you in your language.
Two countries may want to tax you
Your home country and the UK will probably wish to be involved in your affairs and both may want to tax you. We understand international tax law and can help you do things right so that you pay as little tax as you are allowed to.
You may not know the UK or the European rules
We do not assume that you understand the UK or the European rules and regulations.