Chartered Certified Accountants serving Reigate, Redhill, Dorking, Croydon, Surrey & London

Numerico offers effective and affordable accountancy and tax services to self-employed, companies, partnerships, individuals and contractors.

At Numerico, we believe your accountant should do a lot more than just provide a statutory set of accounts.  What we offer is a stressless Accounting and Tax service.

We are proactive and whilst you concentrate on running and growing your business we

  •  Take away the burden of accounting and tax compliance requirements from your shoulders
  •  Help you improve the performance and profitability of your business
  •  Ensure that your tax bill is kept to a minimum
Why choose Numerico?      

You will benefit from

  •  Ongoing telephone and email support throughout the year from your own dedicated qualified accountant
  •  Fixed competitive fees agreed upfront
  •  Lower fee guarantee which means that we will beat any other quote you may have had from another reputable accountancy practice
  •  A personalised, flexible service tailored to your business requirements
  •  An accountant who speaks plain English and understands your business
  •  Access to knowledge and expertise just when you need it

We cover all aspects of accounting including Annual Accounts, Business and Personal Tax, VAT, Bookkeeping & Payroll, Management Accounting, Company Secretarial, Business Start-up advice.

With our office based in Reigate we are conveniently located to serve the surrounding areas of Redhill, Reigate, Dorking, Croydon, the rest of Surrey and London.

For your FREE initial consultation and a no obligation quote give us a call or email us.

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  • The ISA limit will be increased to £20,000 a year for all savers, and lifetime ISAs will be introduced for under-40s;
  • From April 2017, under-40s will be able to open lifetime ISAs and save up to £4,000 each year. Every £4 saved in these new ISAs will be topped up by £1 from the Government, so if savers put in £4,000, the Government will give them £1,000 every year until they reach the age of 50. However, if savings are accessed before the age of 60 (other than to buy a home) the bonus will have to be returned and a 5% charge will be levied. The only other exception is if you are terminally ill; 
  • Help to Buy ISA is set to be scrapped in 2019. 


  • The tax-free personal allowance is being raised to £11,500 from April 2017; 
  • The 40p rate threshold will rise to £45,000 from April 2017;  
  • Abolition of Class 2 National Insurance contributions, from April 2018; 
  • Taxation of termination payments – From April 2018, the government will tighten the scope of the income tax exemption for termination payments to prevent manipulation. Termination payments over £30,000 which are subject to income tax will also be subject to employer National Insurance contributions. The government will undertake a technical consultation on tightening the scope of the exemption; 
  • Dividends tax – As announced at Summer Budget 2015, the government will abolish the Dividend Tax Credit from April 2016 and introduce a new Dividends Allowance of £5,000 a year. The new rates of tax on dividend income above the allowance will be 7.5% for basic rate taxpayers, 32.5% for higher rate taxpayers and 38.1% for additional rate taxpayers; 
  • From April 2016 the new savings allowance grants every basic-rate taxpayer £1,000 of savings income free of tax, with higher-rate taxpayers receiving a £500 allowance. (Additional-rate taxpayers on the top 45pc rate won’t receive an allowance at all.); 
  • Reform of the wear and tear allowance – As announced at Summer Budget 2015, from April 2016 the government will replace the Wear and Tear Allowance with a new relief that allows residential landlords to deduct the actual costs of replacing furnishings;
  • Amendments to finance costs restriction for landlords – As announced at Summer Budget 2015 and legislated for in Finance (No. 2) Act 2015, relief for finance costs on residential properties will be restricted to the basic rate of income tax, gradually introduced from 6 April 2017. Finance Bill 2016 amends the landlords finance cost restriction legislation, to clarify that beneficiaries of deceased persons’ estates are entitled to the basic rate tax reduction and to ensure that the basic rate tax reduction is applied and calculated as intended. (Finance Bill 2016).
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You’re probably aware that new rules and tax rates will apply for 2016/17 to dividends and certain other types of investment income, principally deposit account interest and government stocks and bonds. There will be a dividend nil rate band of £5,000 for all taxpayers and the personal savings allowance of £1,000 for basic rate taxpayers (£500 for those who pay at the higher rate and zero for additional rate taxpayers).

These two new allowances don’t interact, i.e. each can only be used against the type of income to which it relates and neither affects the amount of the other you’re entitled to. However, where you use any of either allowance it also uses part of your basic rate tax band.

The introduction of the personal savings allowance raises a question over whether you should rethink your ISA investments. If you can receive up to £1,000 bank or building society interest tax free this, you might consider this as a better option than an ISA on which you’ll have to pay admin charges. ISAs still make good sense because you can build up significant savings on which all the interest is tax free. However, interest rates in ISAs are often lower than, say, a high interest term account.


ACCA Accredited

Numerico Ltd is accredited by the ACCA. This means we are wholly composed of Chartered Certified Accountants and are covered by ACCA's Group Consumer Credit Licence under the terms of the Consumer Credit Act 1974.