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Improving your business' performance and value by turning data into information using our knowledge and wisdom.
Litke Wood & Co are a boutique firm of Chartered Certified Accountants specialising in advising small and medium sized businesses. We are accountants who talk and think like you do.
Our services are focused on minimising your tax and paperwork whilst at the same time maximising your business performance and value through proactive and timely advice. Initial consultations are ABSOLUTELY free of charge. If we feel we can make a difference, we will let you know how and how much it will cost you. Once you are a client, we are happy to quote fixed fees for any of our services, so you are always in control of your costs and commitment. We are also happy to meet out of hours or at weekends as we find many clients are short of time during their working week.
Bring us your business ideas and we can help make them become a reality.
See how we can support all aspects of your business administration.
Helping your business grow and increase profitability.
Taking the time to know you and your business better to provide the best advice.
Independent financial advice and specialist knowledge.
Our stress-free approach to handling your affairs and no surprise fixed fee packages will help you budget effectively and use our services without hesitation, like an extended finance arm of your business.
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05 Sep 2022
HMRC has published more details on how Making Tax Digital for Income Tax (MTD for IT) will work for buy-to-let landlords and sole traders with qualifying income over £10,000.
Average household energy bills will rise to £3,549 in October following the decision of energy regulator Ofgem to raise the price cap.
The Treasury Committee has urged the government to provide assurance that it is not 'flying blind' into a potential Emergency Budget this September.