Winner of British Accountancy Awards 2017 - Independent Firm Of the Year 2017 (South - East England) & Sort Listed for the Practice Growth of the Year by The Practice Excellence Awards 2017. Winner of the British Accountancy Awards 2013, Finalist of the British Accountancy Awards in 2014 and 2015.
With offices in Harrow, Watford, Reading, and Euston (London), DNS manages the accounts of Contractors, CIS contractors, Sole Traders / Freelancers and other small and larger size businesses. We have been providing affordable accountancy services nationwide for fixed, monthly & yearly fee. We do not restrict how and when we work for you. Make yourself flexible By Online or By Phone or In Person. By way of further incentive we offer three months free services without obligation to promising clients. Let us manage your Accounts & Taxes so you can focus on your business.
Helping UK & Non-UK Residents For Accounting, Taxation & Company Formation
What We have done
We are highly respected accountancy firm based in the UK, offering cost-effective, technology-empowered, straightforward, and personalised accounting services to a wide range of business industries. We have 3000+ satisfied customers all around the world. No matter from Which Country you are, We have helped Non-UK Residents to form a company in UK and helping them for ongoing accounting and bookkeeping.
Accounting anywhere, DNS’s technology-driven, expert accounting services take the hassle out of running your business.
Our team of qualified accountants, all of whom are members of accounting bodies CIMA and ACCA, and accredited, university degree-holding professionals, have but one aim: 100% customer satisfaction, delivered with integrity and commitment, guaranteed. »
Highly respected certified accountant & tax adviser. He has won Young Entreprenuer of the Year Award in 2012 and Best in accounting award in 2017. He has helped thousands of UK Contractors & Small Businesses as well as Non-UK Citizens. »
As the countdown of UK’s exit from the EU moves into the final stages, businesses need to be fully prepared for a transition. The scope of the UK’s disengagement are similar, albeit in a different manner, to the Y2K problem two decades back. The impact on businesses will become a lot more clear, immediately after 29 March 2019, when UK officially ceases to be a member of the EU. However, there is consensus about one aspect – businesses need to be prepared with a slew of changes as the UK leaves the single market, and this needs to be concluded before the deadline.
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