TS Partners - Accountants & Specialist Tax Advisers
At TS Partners, our highly qualified team of Chartered Accountants and Chartered Tax Advisers are experts at managing the accounts and tax affairs for sole-traders, partnerships and limited companies. We also have a specialist in-house tax department for R&D Tax and offer other tax saving opportunities.
We have a dedicated department that specialises in this unique but rewarding area of tax. It’s a little understood relief for many companies, but our R&D tax team can cut the complexity and support your business throughout the entire process. The result? A rewarding claim, without the hard work.
We have branches in both Wellington, Somerset and Plymouth, Devon. Pop-in to either of our modern and relaxed offices so we can get started on discussing your unique accounting and tax requirements face-to-face. For our non-local and international clients, we can arrange a Skype or Facetime chat!
Our systems are online and tax returns are filed electronically and securely with HMRC. We are trained specialists in streamlining our client’s processes, advocating the use of online tools like Cloud Accounting, Quickbooks and Xero. We are also qualified to offer training in these areas.
At TS Partners, we always operate on fixed, agreed-in-advance fees with no unwanted or hidden charges. Get in touch with us today to find out how we can help.
We recognise our clients have different requirements. Our team is trained in preparing self-assessment tax returns, assistance with book-keeping, VAT, payroll, start-ups, sub-contractors, transfer of sole trader to limited company, business consultancy and tax credits.
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