DH Accounts & Legal (DHAL) is a UK leading accountancy and advisory multilingual firm, nominated as a finalist at The British Accountancy Awards 2015, 2016 and 2017 under the category Independent Firm of The Year in London.
DHAL is a professional firm providing Advisory, Accounting, Tax and Legal services to small businesses including startups all over UK in English, Lithuanian, Russian, Czech, Slovak and Polish.
We help to start, run and develop businesses in the UK. Due to unique combination of different specialists we can deliver bespoke service maximising business grow saving you time, energy and money.
Our business advisor can help you to clarify your business idea, to spot potential problems, to set your goals, to measure your progress. Working together you can reach your heights.
We supply bookkeeping service as part of our accounting service. As Sage partners we are experts in Sage One Accounting Software and we provide training to our clients.
The relationship between business owner and accountant is very important. Accounting can help owner make better decisions by providing with financial information.
We provide thorough tax services for sole traders and companies. In order to help you to manage your tax affairs we also do PAYE, CIS and VAT as part of our bookkeeping work.
We have partnered with various finance providers who can offer business and finance solutions to your needs including start up loan, business loan, grant, business bank account.
Our business management consultant can work with you in all business sectors to improve the efficiency of the business structure, identify risk and plan strategic objectives.
We work closely with legal professionals and solicitors who can assist you with legal issues in the business. They can assist you with legal documents, regulations, business affairs.
We work with specialist such as business & finance advisors, accountants, marketers, IT consultants who can help you to increase sales and maximise business growth.
DH Accounts & Legal is registered and regulated by the HMRC under Money Laundering Regulations (MLR). MLR Registration Number 12869602
DH Accounts & Legal is registered as a tax agent to deal with client’s tax affairs
DH Accounts & Legal is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO.) under registration reference: ZA172995
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