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SAS: Making The Numbers Add Up!

Modern online accountant in Colchester providing support for businesses, partnerships, sole-traders and self-employed clients in Essex. 

Jargon-free, value-added services from your local business accountant and finance experts!

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Cost-Effective Accounting

Client rates start at just £25 per month - we are proud to provide accessible, professional support and sustainable accountant costs in Colchester for every business in every industry.

Grow Your Business

SAS Accounting helps our clients succeed! We are an independent, small business accountant in Colchester offering complete services - on time, on budget and on point so you can focus on running your business.

Long-Term Support

As a self employment accountant in Colchester, the SAS team gets to know your business inside out, so you never have to explain things twice. We build long-term client relationships to support you as you grow.

Who Are SAS Accounting?

SAS is breaking the mould of traditional accountancy, providing real, actionable advice and practical accountancy support. Our clients include businesses of all types, and our team delivers full-service support wherever you need us - bookkeeping, accounting, payroll and tax.

Having grown steadily on the strength of our client recommendations, SAS is an accredited member of the Association of Accounting Technicians. 

We are also a Xero business accountant in Colchester offering streamlined digital services. Concentrate on growing your business, with a skilled finance team working alongside you to provide the ultimate peace of mind.

Contact SAS Today To Make Your Finances Work For You

Testimonials

Independent client reviews of SAS Accounting

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Simon Robinson is friendly and straightforward. He has in-depth accountancy knowledge and skills, and is very affordable. He not only helped me establish my company, but has become an integral part of its day to day running. He is great to work with and very helpful. He has the ability to make the most complicated financial subject easy to understand for a lay person.

Louise

Simon makes himself available and is quick to respond to any questions I may have. Thanks to Simon’s accountancy expertise, I feel comfortable leaving my finances in his hands. I couldn’t be happier with Simon’s services and I would highly recommend him to anyone.



Neil

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Guide to Making Self-Assessment Income Tax Payments on Account

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Self-Assessment Taxpayers Are Reminded to Submit 2022/2023 Paperwork and Records to SAS Accounting in Good Time

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Basis Period Reforms Explained: All You Need to Know About Changes to Accounting Periods for Tax Declarations

From the 2023/24 tax year, HMRC has introduced changes to the reporting period requirements for partnerships and self-employed taxpayers. Your 'basis period' is the 12 months over which you prepareRead more

Comparing the Pros and Cons of Asset Financing to Spread the Cost of Business Purchases

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Recapping the Rules on Auto-Enrolment and Workplace Pensions

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What to Do if You Receive a ‘Nudge’ Letter From HMRC

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Managing Employer Obligations When Hiring Students for Summer Work Roles

Hiring students during the summer break is a common strategy, helping businesses manage increased demand during this busy period and providing students with an income and work experience during theirRead more

Understanding Benefits in Kind for Electric Company Cars

As more and more people and businesses switch to electric cars – not least due to the government ban on sales of new fuelled vehicles from 2030 – all parties must understand what this means forRead more

Incorporating Higher Corporation Tax Rates Into Business Budgeting

As noted in our earlier article covering the Tax Changes to Be Aware of From April 2023, the standard Corporation Tax rate increased from 1st April onward – although many companies will not feelRead more

How the Optimal Director’s Salary Has Changed in the 2023/24 Tax Year

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Increases to Plastic Packaging Tax and Other Eco-Friendly Tax Measures

From April 2023, the tax charged against businesses producing or importing plastic packaging with less than 30% recycled materials has risen from £200 to £210.82 per tonne, payable by allRead more