At Stephenson Smart we have many clients in the technology (tech) sector and provide them with a supportive, knowledgeable, and professional service. With advisors in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, we are ideally placed to support you and your business with our outsourced accountancy services for the tech sector.

Whether your company specialises in IT, software or any part of the fast-changing digital landscape, our experienced and qualified accountants understand the challenges and needs of your unique industry.

You might be a tech start-up, growing enterprise, or large, established technology business. No matter what your size or where you are on your business journey, we can tailor our support to your specific requirements to help you to grow and expand.

The benefits of using an accountant:

  • Saving you time to focus on running your business.
  • Specialist knowledge to ensure accurate reporting.
  • Expert advice on tax planning and compliance.
  • Accurate and informed business advice.
Technology

The accountancy service we provide is:

PROFESSIONAL

Our teams are fully qualified and experienced in your sector, to provide you with an efficient and personal service.

COMPLIANT

As chartered accountants we are aware of your obligations to HMRC and qualified to ensure they are fulfilled.

SUPPORTIVE

The advice and support we can offer you and your business will give you the peace of mind to allow you to concentrate on your profession.

As part of our accountancy service, we can provide:

  • Full accountancy service, including end of year financial statements.
  • Accurate and timely bookkeeping.
  • Accurate and timely payroll.
  • VAT advice and support.
  • Financial accounts to assist with funding applications.
  • An understanding of the tax allowances and tax efficiencies available to your sector.
  • Tax planning.
  • Advice on digital accounting platforms.
  • Audit and compliance.

We are members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, making us fully qualified to be your trusted business accountant.

We can look after some of the administrative tasks that have to be done, such as payroll and bookkeeping, leaving you time to focus on developing and managing your business.

From tech start-ups to large, established technology businesses, we can help you to run as an efficient, profitable enterprise, so that the future of your business is assured.

FAQS

e can support you with a full accountancy service, including end of year financial statements, bookkeeping, payroll, VAT advice and support, tax planning and advice on digital accounting platforms.
There are many accounting software packages available that are HMRC compliant and reliable, such as Sage, Xero, and QuickBooks. We can advise and offer training for these software packages, the one we recommend would depend on what would best suit you and your business.

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