Specialist services we can deliver
Nicolson Accountancy go way beyond the usual range of services, and can also provide an extended range of services to individuals and businesses that you may not expect.
Our general ‘services’ page has demonstrated that we have a wide range of skills and abilities to all of our clients.
The staff all have specialist areas in which we have strengths and interests, and as a firm Nicolson Accountancy can provide our clients with knowledge that you will not find in the vast majority of firms.
Given the firm’s background in the Western Isles of Scotland, we understandably have a specialism in seafarers tax, currently acting for hundreds of clients across the UK and beyond. We should be your first point of contact for all enquires about eligibility for Seafarer’s Earnings Deduction “SED”, and many clients find us via our specialist website Seaman’s Tax.
We incorporate and provide company secretarial services to over 350 clients offering a quick and cost-effective incorporation service. Incorporating a company with us isn’t about just getting a name registered, as we also ensure Corporation Tax, VAT and PAYE registration (as required) form part of the fixed price service. We can also offer you a Registered Office at our offices in Stornoway and Glasgow, or at various addresses in England.
More unusually, we also provide foreign tax services in some jurisdictions, through our specialist websites in Norwegian payroll and employment taxes, Dutch payroll taxes, and we can also provide support for payroll taxes in the USA, the Faeroe Islands and Denmark.
Glasgow: 0141 237 3878
Kilmarnock: 01563 578900
Stornoway: 01851 700362
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