We've been working with UK Independent Travel Operators for over 20 years
We have enjoyed close relationships with our travel operator clients and we’ve helped them survive the ups and downs of the industry.
Despite various world events which have disrupted the travel industry, it still continues to grow and thrive. Recent changes in currency values are the latest challenge and most operators now understand the need to hedge their currency risks.
In such a vibrant but challenging sector good support from experienced small business accountants is essential.
It has been an excellent experience working with BusinessHeads. As a director of Ice Tracks Ltd, a travel company, I now have a great sense of security because Carole Jordan and her office has in-depth knowledge of the complicated tax system and the vagaries of being ATOL bonded. As a company we feel we are in very safe hands and Carole’s advice continues to be invaluable. She always makes herself available for queries however small because she genuinely cares. We look forward to continuing our special relationship.
ATOL Accountants Reports - taking care of your customers
ATOL license holders now need an Accountant who is qualified as an ATOL Reporting Accountant, to submit ATOL reports to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). CAA developed the ATOL Reporting Accountants scheme to improve the accuracy of the information submitted to them.
We are licensed by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants to prepare the CAA Accountants Reports and work with ATOL licensed operators to help them comply successfully.
As a small business ourselves we recognise the importance of value for money in all things
Our rates are considerably lower than larger accountants and you will get a personal service from qualified individuals who understand you and your business. We can discuss the needs of your business, and work together to design a business support package that works for you.
Although we're based in Brighton we meet with many of our clients via Skype, so it doesn't matter where you are in the world we can be flexible to your needs.
If you receive rental income from a furnished residential
letting then you’ll be aware of a “Wear and Tear” allowance, eligible for use
against your properties. This allowance recently saw a change to its terms,
read below for more details.