Accounting Services | Corrigan and Co

Corrigan and Co offer a full suite of accountancy services for clients across Fermanagh, Tyrone and further afield. You can be confident in our personal approach to your business and will only apply a package of services to truly suit your business requirements.

  • UK and ROI Income tax
  • Self assessment and accounts preparation
  • Corporation tax
  • UK and ROI VAT
  • Capital Gains tax
  • Bookkeeping and payroll
  • Pensions Automatic Enrolment
  • CIS returns
  • Tax Credits
  • Single Farm Payment forms
  • Inheritance tax and succession planning
  • Trusts
  • Tax investigations
  • Grant and subsidy advice
  • Outsourcing and Company secretarial
  • Business plans and start-ups
  • Compliance and monthly management accounts

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Whether you need just a consultation or full finance firm behind you, we're here to help through our wide range of services.

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Until recently the self-employed tax status of dental associates was just about certain – they were, and still are until April 2023, almost always categorised as self-employed for tax purposes.‍‍‍A major part of this status determination was based on HMRC’s published guidance that where associates were engaged on an approved BDA or DPA contract, and acted in accordance with that contract, they should be considered to be self-employed for tax purposes.

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Making Tax Digital for Income Tax

HMRC has stated it wants to be one of the world’s most digitally advanced tax administrations, and the government describes its Making Tax Digital initiative – which will affect VAT, income tax and corporation tax – as ‘a key part of plans to make it easier for individuals and businesses to get their tax right and keep on top of their affairs’. And it may well be, but it also means a lot of disruption.

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