Simas Accounting & Tax are a friendly firm of Chartered Accountants based in Bedford. We service clients across Bedfordshire, whilst also covering the surrounding counties of Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire.
Our aim is not to just provide you with the year end accounts, or your annual tax return. Instead, we work with you throughout the year to
Our goals are to keep you compliant and on top of your affairs first and foremost. But we also aim to maximise your wealth, whether this is by ensuring you claim all of the tax reliefs available, or helping with the strategy and plans for the medium to long term.
We are certified in a number of cloud accounting packages (for example: Xero, Quickbooks and Reckon One). We are also highly knowledgeable in the desktop packages such as Sage Line 50 and Quickbooks desktop. Our aim is to provide clients with a wide range of knowledge and expertise, providing well rounded advice on a number of aspects of running your business – for example we are certified partners with BreatheHR – a cloud based HR solution for clients.
Simas Accounting & Tax are based at 10 Stephenson Court, Fraser Road, Priory Business Park, Bedford, MK44 3WJ.
We provide a professional service specifically tailored to your needs who deliver these in a friendly and helpful way. Being qualified accountants means we will provide you with the advice you need, when you need it.
At Simas Accounting & Tax, we believe that cloud accounting packages are a major game changer, and one which should be considered by all businesses.
Cloud technology is revolutionary, in that it above all means that you can have access to your accounting records from anywhere in the world.
It therefore allows you and your advisers (such as ourselves) to access your data in real time, therefore allowing you to make fully informed decisions, and for us to provide timely advice, based on the most up to date data.
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