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Welcome to CKRD Accountants, in Stanmore, in the London borough of Harrow, providing a personalised service to Charities, professional practices, local business owners and individuals. For help with any of your accountancy and tax needs, please give us a call. All initial consultations are free of charge.
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We specalise in providing audits and accountancy work for charitites.
The combination of your business knowledge and our support services will help your business to grow and increase profitability.
A range of data, calculators and more to help you with your day to day tasks
We know that every business is different, so that’s why we will tailor our services based on your requirements.
We are dedicated to helping you manage and structure your taxes so you pay a minimal amount each year.
We have a wealth of experience helping start-up and small companies find their feet in the business world to give them the best possible chance of success.
We make sure everything is in the right place, in the right format, at the right time, so you can concentrate on running the day-to-day aspects of your business.
Our regular contact with you ensures that we understand your business and support you throughout the year. We accept that each client is different and will work towards your specific goals for the business.
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04 Nov 2019
On 25 October 2019 the Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid wrote to the Treasury Select Committee.
Former BBC presenter Christa Ackroyd has lost her appeal against a ruling that she was an employee, not a freelance contractor, when she worked for the BBC via a personal service company.
HMRC says it is clamping down on the promoters and enablers of tax avoidance schemes in the wake of the loan charge controversy.