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  • PAYROLL

    DNS Accountants is a leading company in payroll processing, provides cost effective and accurate services to small businesses. We are based in Harrow of UK, and serve clients throughout the United Kingdom

  • PAYROLL VIDEOS

    Find here complete payroll training videos, it helps user to understand Nomisma business accounting software.

  • PENSION PROTECTION FUND FAQ 10 POINTS TO KNOW

    Important answers which are most frequently asked in relation to Pension Protection Fund like – what is PPF, protection provided under PPF, PPF Levy, compensation provided under PPF, contact number, how to transfer your scheme, who funds and how it is funded and eligibility for claiming relief.

  • PERSONAL TAX FREE ALLOWANCE TAX BANDS UK

    Income tax rates & personal allowances UK: What is personal tax allowance? Change in the Personal Allowance for the year 2018-19 from the year 2017-18 & tax bands.

  • PREMIUM BONDS PRIZE CHECKER

    DNS Accountants Premium Bonds Prize Checker to check the latest Prize Amount from Premium Bonds monthly draw results see if you have Won £1 million Prize.

  • PRIVACY POLICY

    If you have any questions regarding our policy or need additional copies of this notice please contact DNS ACCOUNTANTS.

  • PROS AND CONS OF SOLE TRADER OR LIMITED COMPANY

    What are the Pros & Cons of a Sole Trader and Limited Company in the UK? Read all Advantage & disadvantage of becoming a Sole Trader and a Limited Company.

  • QUICKBOOKS REVIEW FOR ACCOUNTING AND ACCOUNTANTS

    Take a look at reviews & benefits of using Quickbooks for accounting needs of your business. Also know what to consider while choosing a Quickbooks accountants.

  • R & D TAX CREDIT

    The Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit scheme is the UK initiative that is aimed at small and medium sized enterprises. Learn more about the scheme and know how to claim R&D tax credit.

  • REDUCED RATE NATIONAL INSURANCE CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARRIED WOMEN

    Married Women's Reduced Rate National Insurance Contributions - Married women could pay lower rates of National insurance. These payments are referred to as national insurance contributions and certain benefits are only payable if an individual meets the NI contribution conditions.