Business Accounting Services

Every business owner needs a team of professionals in the background who provide continuous support and advice. That’s what we are here to do.

Through years of commitment to our business clients we have developed a wide range of skills and services designed to improve business performance and profitability.

Hiring the proper accountant can turn out to be a very remunerative decision for most business owners. Well-trained accountants are essential partners in running a profitable, properly managed enterprise that is secure from the ravages of both fraud and regulatory obstacles.

Since the tax laws are in constant flux, it is critical that companies are staffed with business accountants fully conversant with changes not only as they happen, but even while they are still in the process of enactment. A timely warning of upcoming changes in the regulatory environment can save tremendous amounts of money and avoid embarrassing missteps when a company continues to operate under legal assumptions that are no longer valid.

Tracing past failure is another way in which business accountants assist their clients. Going back over old records can frequently find unrealized tax savings or improperly invoiced items that are recoverable at virtually no cost. This is literally free money that is simply lying around waiting to be picked up. Uncovering past improprieties can greatly increase future profitability by allowing safeguards to be erected against further misuse.

Whether it be a question of untangling old accounts, ensuring that current accounts are in proper order, planning against future changes in the business or regulatory climate, or replacing a firm that is simply not up to the job, our firm has the know-how, the technical resources, and the can-do attitude to get results rapidly.

This is such an important part of the equation. There are many competent accounting firms in business, but it important to select one that takes an active interest in managing those accounts rather than being content to fill out forms and passively send out cheques as directed. When it comes to hiring excellent corporate accountants in London businessmen know how to select a firm that will prove worthy of their confidence.

Audit and Assurance

We advise a wide range of clients, from start up to established businesses in global markets.

Recovery & Restructuring

We supply a wide range of services to business and their stakeholders not meeting their potential.

Corporate Finance Advisory

Whether buying a business, selling a business, advice on mergers, management buy ins/outs, or raising finance to support your business’ plans; our team will guide you through the process

Corporate Tax Planning

With a constantly evolving tax system in the United Kingdom, effectively managing tax affairs is an increasingly challenging but essential part of your business financial planning.

Forensic Accounting

We have an experienced forensic accounting team with a personable approach and the insight to solve disputes and litigation.

International Services

Rapid globalisation, the growing importance of the EU, and the burgeoning growth of the Internet as a business medium are all conspiring to add an international dimension to UK businesses.

Mergers & Acquisitions

We advise businesses looking to grow through acquisitions. Our mergers and acquisitions team will research and identify suitable targets, and approach and negotiate on your behalf.

Outsourced Accounting and Payroll

Value added tax is one of the most complex and onerous tax regimes imposed on business – so complex that many businesses inadvertently overpay or underpay VAT.

Statutory Compliance

Our specialist division will guide you through the legal aspects of forming limited companies and partnerships, whilst ensuring that efficient procedures are established at the outset.

Tax Investigations

A tax investigation can be one of the most stressful things in life. We at SPW (UK) LLP are committed in resolving all kinds of tax investigations, tax enquiries, tax disputes and conflicts with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).