We’re chartered accountants specialising in cloud accounting services for small businesses and startups, helping a wide range of enterprises to save time, resources and money.
About Venn Accounts
Small business accounting services are about a lot more than figures. They are at the core of a business, supporting its crucial financial management.
Our comprehensive cloud accounting services sit in the overlap between different business functions, like a Venn diagram. They support business structures and help to give you a full picture of where your business is at, and what it needs.
By being in this position, we gain clear insights into how small businesses and startups run, and what they need to sustain their development and growth.
It’s always our aim to add value, as well as providing key accounting and bookkeeping services for small businesses.
How Do We Add Value to You?
We grow relationships based on trust, and the depth of knowledge we can bring as both accountants and business experts.
Our objective is to equip our clients with the information they need to make informed decisions about their business.
We believe that this offers a solid foundation for them to build on.
Venn Accounts combines the traditional diligence of a chartered accountant with a technology-driven approach.
Our online accounting is fully cloud-based, providing easy, accessible and full accounting services to small businesses, startups, tech companies, online retailers and many more, in London and across the UK.
Accessing our services is straightforward and streamlined, but at the same time you’ll get the personal touch you should expect from highly experienced chartered accountants.
Our accounting services include:
Plus, we can work with you closely, in a consultative role, supporting your business strategies.
Are you getting everything you need from your accountant?
Book a FREE consultation with one of our senior chartered accountants to discuss your requirements and we’ll do the rest.
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The government’s R&D tax relief scheme looks attractive, with 230 per cent in tax relief available on your investment, but what if you’re starting up from scratch? Can you still claim?
By its nature, software development is experimental and involves sufficient unknowns to make it a suitable candidate for tax credits. However, there are still basic conditions you must meet first.