SKG are one of the North East's premier accountancy firms. We have been helping businesses grow for many years in across the North East. Our firm delivers exceptional accounting services, business planning and start up business support.

We are specialists in answering questions and providing solutions for small to medium size businesses and individuals all over the North East. We strive to provide our clients with professional accounting services to help them achieve their goals. From business planning support to advice on how to start up a business, we can help. We provide outstanding accounting services across the North East.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • CPA
  • ALTA

Serviced Areas

  • North East England

Payment Options

  • Cash, Cheque, Credit and Debit Card

Contact Details

  City Blaydon
  Postcode NE21 4TE
  Address Ryton Ind Est/Newburn Bridge Rd
  Phone Number 019 1414 4409
  Fax 01914990075

Products & Services

Business start-up

We will help you to:

decide on the most suitable structure for your business - sole trader, partnership, limited liability partnership or limited company
prepare a business plan, cashflow projections, budgets, and trading forecasts
assess the finance requirements, advise on the best sources of finance and draw up the necessary proposals
establish a good working relationship with your bank
complete any registration procedures with Companies House and HMRC
deal with company secretarial issues
set up a recording system for your internal use and for complying with statutory requirements
decide on what computer hardware to buy and help with the installation of accountancy software
keep on top of bookkeeping, VAT, payroll and other accounting requirements and
help with all aspects of business compliance and administration

Compliance services

We can help you by making sure accounts are prepared in the correct format, statutory books and other company secretarial records are kept up-to-date and that all statutory returns are prepared. Our experienced team will relieve you of the regulatory burden and leave you more time to concentrate on your core business activities. In short, we will make sure everything is in the right format, in the right place and at the right time.

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