IN Accountancy

Accountants for Self-Employed

Life is busy enough when running your own business.

Where will you find time to complete your accounts and tax return?

We like to keep things simple...
If you are already operating as a sole trader or partnership, IN Accountancy can look after all your accounts and tax affairs for you

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Recently started trading and are not quite sure whether to register as a sole trader, a partnership or to incorporate a company?

Give us a call on 0161 456 9666 - we will talk you through the pros and cons of your options before guiding you towards the most appropriate course of action.

While you don’t require an accountant to file your year end accounts and tax returns, clients of IN Accountancy find that not only do we save you time and stress, but we make sure you claim for all the available tax allowances and expenses.

Even better, where possible, we will suggest other ways you can save money. 

While you may only have to prepare accounts at the end of the tax year, we are here for you throughout and do not charge extra for ad hoc advice throughout the year

Our services for Sole Traders and Partnerships include:

We also like to keep our clients and partners as up to date as possible with any legislation and tips which we think may be of interest to them, so here's another short video explain how to run your car through your business if you are self employed...

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At IN Accountancy there are a few things which are really important to us:

Ultimately it comes down to just two words:  


About you, your business, our team, our business, the local community and the environment. 
We always strive to do our best, to improve that best and to go the extra mile. 

Honesty and integrity:

We do what we say we will do. Simple.

Attention to detail:

Something you should expect from your accountant!

Friendly and approachable:

We want you to feel at ease and well looked after – no such thing as a silly question.

Proactive and responsive:

We understand how important communication is to you, and will always respond to you quickly.

Keeping it simple:

We take a no-jargon approach and aim to help you understand the numbers that really matter in your business.


Our philosophy is to strive for continuous improvement and empowerment for all.

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Time to Pay Arrangements: A Lifeline for Owner-Managed Businesses

Are You Struggling to Meet Your Tax Obligations?

More than 30,000 UK businesses were involved in some kind of insolvency action in 2023, which was an increase of more than 50% compared with 2021 according to an article in the Guardian earlier this year.

And the economic outlook would suggest that despite the fact that we are no longer in recession, 2024 and 2025 will be a challenging year for UK small business.

With this in mind we have prepared the following guide and associated video to help you understand what your options are with regards to agreeing what is known as a ‘Time to Pay’ arrangement with HMRC.

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  • How much can I claim working from home – self-employed?

    Self employed traders can claim a portion of the actual costs for working from home (i.e. heat, light, water, mortgage interest etc.) Alternatively, they can use simplified expenses which allow a flat rate per month based on the number of hours worked from home. 

  • Can I buy electric vehicle through my company - as a sole trader?

    If purchased by a sole trader, the car will be owned privately, and mileage can be charged on any business travel. The current mileage rates are 45p per mile for the first 10,0000 miles and 25p thereafter. Contact IN-Accountancy to arrange a consultation to discuss your personal circumstances.

  • What expenses can I claim for my personal car for business use?

    The current allowable mileage rates are 45p per mile for the first 10,000 miles and 25p thereafter.

  • When do I need to register business with HMRC?

    Sole traders must register their business with HMRC by 5 October following the end of the tax year that they commenced trading.

  • What happens if my business grows and I want to change my legal structure?

    We offer catered solutions for you if you wish to grow your business but are not sure how to in accordance with UK tax law. Get in touch with In Accountancy to learn about how we can help.