ContractorAccountants.co.uk is a website dedicated to providing very relevant information to Contractors about Accountants and running a Limited Company.

Additionally we will provide contact details for many of the UK's top contractor accountants so that this information is easy to find for visitors. 

As part of ContractorUK, there is reassurance that this website is part of one of the UK's most established Contractor online networks.  www.contractoruk.com provides detailed content and guides, an active forum, contractor jobs and much more. 

You can also find out more information on whether you need a limited company accountant here or check our list of freelancer accountants

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Latest News

High Demand for contractor jobs

Revealing its latest monthly Report on Jobs, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) said that demand for IT contractors in this first quarter of 2013 will surpass even the latest high achieved in December 2012.

IT contractor pay in 2012 defied the downturn

Pay for the bulk of IT contractors over the last 12 months defied the economic downturn.

Contractors could save money setting up a limited company

Setting up a limited company through a contractor accountant could help to increase the take home pay of many contractors.

Contractor survey reveals: Better work/life balance, greater flexibility, less office politics

Over 1,000 contractors have completed SJD’s biannual contractor survey.

Real Time Information pilot hits the next level

The RTI pilot was launched in April 2012 with just 10 employers. This latest expansion will be the third planned expansion since April.

Latest Guides

Find out what IR35 is and how it may affect you.

Exploring the transition from a permanent employee to a consultant or contractor.

Our 10 key considerations for choosing a contractor accountant.

Once you have secured your contract, what are the next steps?

When contracting you will most probably incur expenses, these are paid from your own money and then you can reimburse them back from your Limited company.