Bringing Fresh Thinking To Colchester Accounting


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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Advice for Businesses Coping With Debt

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Could Your Business Claim the 130% Capital Allowance Super-Deduction?

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Your April 2022 Tax Year-End Business Checklist

We've bumped and bounced our way to the end of another tax year - and getting ahead of your administration and accountancy tasks is a great way to start the new tax period as you mean to go on! The Read more

Calculating the Optimal 2022/23 Director's Salary

Although we've mentioned this briefly in our guide to Preparing for the 2022 Tax Year, we've created this more detailed post to explain how the ideal director's salary is calculated for the 2022/23Read more

Preparing for the 2022 Tax Year: Wage Increases, National Insurance & Balancing Director's Pay Structures

We're just a couple of short weeks away from the start of the 2022/23-tax year, and there are a fair few changes to be mindful of if you're planning your payroll or cash flow for the months ahead.Read more

Making the Most of the UK Marriage Allowance

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The Benefits of Cloud Accounting for Busy Businesses & Remote Working Teams

Although it seems (dare we say it!) that most UK business sectors are slowly returning to normal, we're also now accustomed to a far greater prevalence of remote working. Besides video conferencing Read more

The Countdown to MTD for VAT: Are You Ready?

While Making Tax Digital (MTD) has been postponed for income tax submissions, the 1st April 2022 deadline still applies for businesses registered for VAT. The change means that even businesses withRead more

HMRC Announces Greater Flexibility in 2020/21 Tax Returns

While self-assessment tax returns for the 2020/21 tax year remain due by 31st January 2022, HMRC has announced a series of measures to try and relieve some of the strain on businesses, which continueRead more

How to Account Correctly for Christmas Spending

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Preparing for Employment Costs in 2022

With multiple changes to tax bands, minimum wages and National Insurance contributions, the new 2022 tax year will require more amendments than usual for employers. In this guide, the SAS AccountingRead more