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Accountancy

Accountancy

Accountancy services in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire

As a private individual your accountancy needs will differ from those of a business. We can still help you in a number of ways:
Self-assessment tax returns - It is your duty to keep HMRC informed of any changes in your circumstances. The main way to do this is by filling in a self-assessment tax return. There are a number of reasons you might be required to complete a tax return including:
  • if you have a rental property you are required to declare it on your self-assessment tax return
  • director of a limited company
  • repayment claim – beneficiaries of a trust etc
  • non residence
  • child benefit claim return
  • capital gains tax


Estate planning and administration

We can assist you in setting up and administering wills and trusts, talking you through the most suitable options and ensuring they remain up to date at all times. We will also act as executors of your will if you need us too.

Trusts and tax planning
Working with you to understand your objectives we will make use of trusts and other tax planning tools to ensure those objectives are met..

Our job is to enable you to meet your financial and taxation obligations, whilst still protecting your assets for your future and that of your family.
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"We have used Lovewell Blake for our business and personal accountancy needs for a number of years. We always receive a professional, efficient and helpful service and feel safe in the knowledge that our accounts are in order. We would recommend Lovewell Blake to any business and have done already."
 
 

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