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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 plan their finances and their 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) or 0113 243 3559 (Leeds).

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Latest News

Making Tax Digital

  A reminder that from April 2019, HMRC’s much vaunted Making Tax Digital (MTD) scheme will apply to certain businesses. The April 2019 launch will only apply to VAT registered traders. More specifically, MTD will apply to businesses who have a turnover above the VAT threshold – the smallest businesses will not be required to use

Construction drawn into VAT reverse charge process

  It would seem, that HMRC is keen to plug the apparent drain from VAT receipts when contractors and sub-contractors charge their customers VAT and then go missing, keeping the VAT for themselves. This is described in legislation as “missing trader fraud”. Their preferred method for dealing with this abuse is to make customers responsible

Director minimum salary levels 2018-19

  Many director shareholders take a minimum salary and any balance of remuneration as dividends. This tends to reduce National Insurance Contributions (NIC), and in some cases Income Tax. The planning strategy is to pay a salary at a level that qualifies the director for state benefits, including the state pension, but does not involve

Self-employed tax bills

  Whether you pay Income Tax or National Insurance, the effect on your cash flow is the same. The payments are a necessary part of our obligation to fund the activities of State, but the self-employed are often surprised that their bi-annual tax payments cover both “taxes” – NIC and Income Tax. The weekly NIC

What our clients say about us

All the superlatives apply to DSC Chartered Accountants. Informed, efficient, knowledgeable, up-to-date – I could go on. Great people to work with.

Robert Austin & Co, Leeds

I am extremely satisfied with the services of DSC Chartered Accountants… I would not hesitate to recommend the firm.

Sarsfield Family Law, Harrogate

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