Chartered Certified Accountants in Wallington, Croydon, London, Surrey, Purley, & Sutton

We are traditional accountants with experience, knowledge and a service that you can trust

Based in Wallington, Surrey we have been helping clients since 1994 and honed our accountancy service and specialisation in delivering first class service with accounts, tax and tax planning and business advice.

Who are our clients?

They range from individuals including landlords with single or multiple properties across London requiring assistance with accountancy, tax and tax planning to owner managed businesses in a variety of activities seeking clear, expert advice and high personal service. Our clients are based all across Central and Southern London including Sutton, Surrey, Croydon and Purley.

Whatever your needs, we are here to help

We are a reliable, approachable, proactive firm of accountants who will do more than just respond to your needs but work alongside you.

Quality Assurance

Quality advice and service have been the ethos of our business since we were established. You can be assured that you will receive excellent accountancy advice and first class service whether you are business or a personal client.

Our approach to accountancy is simple, we listen to clients

At AS Partnership Chartered Certified Accountants trust, partnership and combined vision are just some of the qualities we are proud to share with our clients. Based in Wallington, Surrey we serve those in Croydon, Purley, Sutton Surrey and the surrounding areas. In addition, we also have access to meeting facilities in Central London. We work with local businesses and individuals to provide them with the very best financial advice and accountancy services.

Please read more about our services, and learn more about us to help you make an informed decision before you contact us.


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The current hot topic

The first TAM Day

Although it is fair to say that Tax Administration and Maintenance (TAM) Day is unlikely to catch on as a major event with most of the population, businesses will have welcomed some of the announcements made by the government.

The government released 30 publications on TAM Day aimed at simplifying the UK tax system, tackling non-compliance and building on policy announcements from the 2021 Autumn Budget. These included a range of topics, including modernising the UK tax system so it is fit for the 21st Century; research and development (R&D); business rates; updates to Making Tax Digital (MTD) for companies; and capital gains tax (CGT) administration. Here, we look at some of the key announcements.

Business rates review

In response to a long campaign by business groups, the government has opened a technical consultation setting out further detail on the conclusions to the government’s review of business rates in England. This has promised more frequent revaluations, improvement relief, exemptions for green technology and administrative reforms.

R&D reform

Another Budget announcement promised that R&D tax reliefs will be reformed from April 2023 to support modern research methods. The consultation around these changes has now been completed and the report published. This will expand qualifying expenditure to include data and cloud costs. The objective is to more effectively capture the benefits of R&D funded by the reliefs by refocusing support towards innovation in the UK. It is also intended to target abuse and improve compliance. 

CGT time limits

As already revealed during the Autumn Budget, the time limit for making a CGT return and associated payments on account when disposing of UK residential property by UK residents and UK land and property by non-UK residents has been extended from 30 to 60 days.

MTD for Corporation Tax

The government also confirmed its plans to extend MTD to corporation tax (CT) following a consultation with businesses. It confirmed the timeline, which will see the rules applying for companies from April 2026.

The government says it is committed to ongoing collaboration with stakeholders to help shape a service design that works for all and will provide sufficient notice ahead of implementation following any decision to mandate MTD for CT, to allow businesses time to prepare.

A point to note is that there is no de minimis exemption for smaller businesses. A pilot is expected in April 2024, allowing practice before the system is mandatory.

Small Beer

An update on reforms to Small Brewers’ Relief will see the government invest around £15 million of additional funding into the craft brewing sector. This will enable small breweries to expand without losing tax relief and addresses concerns raised by stakeholders that the current scheme fails to incentivise growth.

Ten-year plan

The government says its aim is to deliver a modern, simple and effective tax system which helps taxpayers get their tax right the first time. This is all part of the ten-year plan, which was published in July 2020, to modernise the tax administration framework; make better use of real time and third-party information; and progress MTD to improve the experience for taxpayers and businesses, thereby helping to reduce the tax gap and increase resilience.

How we can help

The issues raised here may have implications for your business. To discuss any related matter, please contact us.