CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS & REGISTERED AUDITORS

As one of North Devon’s longest-established accountancy firms, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality professional advice in a personal and friendly manner.

We advise clients throughout the South West and the South of England on all aspects of accountancy and taxation, from individual taxation advice to auditing the accounts of companies and plc’s.

As a member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, you can be assured that all of our services are provided to the highest of ethical standards and with complete confidentiality.

Accountancy Services

We offer a whole range of accountancy, taxation and business support services, provided by our dedicated team of experienced professionals. For more information on a specific area, please click on any of the headings below

Accountancy & Auditing

We prepare annual accounts for all types of clients as well as carrying out audits of limited companies and groups of companies, whether required by law, shareholders or investors.

Corporate Services

An increasing number of businesses choose to operate through a limited company. As well as bringing certain tax advantages, this can also provide a reduced exposure to personal risk.

Specialist Accountancy

Our vastly experienced staff, are able to provide our clients with business development advice and planning, financial planning, due diligence and forensic accountancy services

Taxation & Self Assessment

The UK taxation system has become increasingly complex and at Perrins we understand that keeping up to date with your taxation obligations.

VAT, Payroll & Bookkeeping

Providing detailed advice on specific VAT matters. Our dedicated payroll bureau, dealing with the day to day payroll affairs for a number of clients

About the Team

Find out more about the Perrins team and how they can work with you to help you with all of your financial requirements.

Find Out How Perrins Can Help You Today

Our specialised team will be able to assist you with your accounting needs

Latest news

Byadmin Jul 25, 2018

VAT – motor dealer deposit contributions

A new Revenue and Customs Brief 7/18 has been published by HMRC concerning their policy on the VAT accounting treatment of promotions, where paym

Byadmin Jul 25, 2018

How to challenge your Council Tax listing

The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) is a government body in England and Wales and an executive agency of HMRC. The Agency values properties for the

Byadmin Jul 25, 2018

Will I pay tax when coming to the UK?

The statutory resident test (SRT) is used to determine if someone is resident in the UK for tax purposes when coming to the UK. Historically, res

Byadmin Jul 23, 2018

Tax Diary August/September 2018

1 August 2018 - Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 31 October 2017.19 August 2018 - PAYE and NIC deductions due for month ended

Byadmin Jul 18, 2018

Change to penalties for late payment of tax

Plans to introduce a new two tiered penalty system for individuals and businesses that do not pay their tax bills on time have been included in t

Byadmin Jul 18, 2018

VAT and gift vouchers

New draft legislation has been published as part of the draft Finance Bill 2018-19 that aims to change the VAT treatment of vouchers. The le

Byadmin Jul 18, 2018

Corporation Tax relief for carried forward losses

The rules for the Corporation Tax treatment of carried forward losses changed from 1 April 2017. The changes increased flexibility to set off car

Byadmin Jul 18, 2018

Requirement to correct tax due on overseas assets

The Requirement to Correct (RTC) legislation created a new statutory obligation for taxpayers with undeclared UK tax liabilities that involve off

Byadmin Jul 18, 2018

New points-based late filing penalties

The Finance Bill 2018-19 draft legislation includes a new measure to introduce a points-based penalty system for certain regular (e.g. month

Byadmin Jul 18, 2018

HMRC security deposit regime to be extended

The security deposit legislation is to be extended to both Corporation Tax and Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) deductions from April 2019. The