accountants for growing businesses

Tax advice and business accounting support delivered
from our offices in Surbiton and Cheam.

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What defines us

We love nurturing growing businesses in South West London because we’ve also been on that journey.

There’s a connection there that can’t be be bought – a sincere understanding of the challenges you face every day. From our offices in Surbiton and Cheam, our accountancy services and business advice are delivered with a unique honesty and down-to-earth approach. From freelancers to limited companies and partnerships, we work with individuals and businesses of all sizes.

What defines Kingston Burrowes

Accounts and more

From big-picture strategic advice to time-saving delivery of essential finance functions, Kingston Burrowes Accountants offers all the accountancy services you and your business need to thrive.

Accounting

Statutory accounts, management accounts, bookkeeping and forecasting.

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Business tax

Corporation tax returns, tax planning and advice on claiming reliefs for SMEs.

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Personal tax

Self-assessment tax returns, tax strategy and planning for individuals.

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Payroll

Administration of PAYE, CIS, pensions, child maintenance and other deductions.

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To fuel growth, you need finance

Too often, lack of capital stops businesses achieving their full potential. We’ve dedicated ourselves to solving that problem. Work with us and we’ll connect you to an extensive network of commercial finance lenders, and help you to secure the right funding solution for your business. Delivered with a one-to-one service, we will package and submit your proposal to ensure your application achieves a positive result.

News and analysis

Tax and finance legislation doesn’t stand still for long. The Kingston Burrowes team stays on top of the latest developments and translates them into plain English so you’ll always know what’s happening, why, and what it means for your business and family.

Employing a spouse or partner for tax efficiency

Many business owners opt to employ their spouse (or civil partner) in their business to benefit from tax savings. Chances are, that they would not otherwise be a taxpayer (or at least pay at a lower rate than the business owner) and therefore savings can be made by...

Autumn 2022 Statement

On 17 November, the Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt issued the Autumn Statement. It follows several dramatic changes in Government and fiscal announcements over the past couple of months, but it is hoped to be the last for a while. The key personal tax announcements included:...

What we’ll do for you

Find out more about how we help businesses in South West London and beyond and start building the right package of support to nurture your business.