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Welcome to DSC Chartered Accountants

DSC Chartered Accountants has been supporting Yorkshire businesses for over 50 years. By taking time to get to know our clients and their businesses we can help them with complex business decisions, finances and growth. Whatever the size of your business, and whatever your ambitions, our experienced team will take care of everything from payroll, bookkeeping and year end accounts to financial planning, audit, and taxWe’ll help you maximise your wealth through investments and efficient tax planning. Don’t just take our word for it, experience our approach for yourself. The first meeting is on us. For a professional and friendly no-obligation meeting, please call us on 01423 560547 (Harrogate), 0113 243 3559 (Leeds) or 01756 691065 (Skipton).

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Latest News

Furlough figures continue to fall

Almost three million people have moved off the furlough scheme since March as the economy began to bounce back and businesses reopened, according to new statistics. This is unsurprising as employers are now expected to cover 20% of any hours not worked with government providing 60%. It will be sobering to see how the final

Business entertaining and tax relief

Expenditure on business entertainment is not allowable as a deduction against profits. Nor may a deduction be made for any expenditure which is incidental to business entertainment. The meaning of ‘incidental’ is not defined by HMRC but should be interpreted to mean any expenditure that is incurred directly or indirectly in connection with the provision

Sponsoring a charity

Charity sponsorship payments are different from donations because your company gets something related to your business in return. Typically, your business brand would be promoted by the charity in some way. You can deduct sponsorship payments from your business profits before you pay tax by treating them as business expenses. Payments qualify as business expenses

What our clients say about us

Dedicated to our interests rather than their own. All embracing technical support from a mature and experienced team. A quality of service difficult to equal.

Carter Towler Surveyors, Leeds

I have always found DSC approachable, considerate, friendly, yet with real determination to help businesses to become successful. John Garbutt, my accountant with DSC, always makes me feel that I am dealing with a friend & colleague rather than my accountant.

Linked2Success Ltd, Harrogate

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