Welcome to Primus

Primus Accounting Ltd has got the knowledge, qualifications and several years of experience in accounting, finance and translation.

Our goal is to provide fast, accurate and professional service for individuals, sole traders and Limited Companies. We offer you our best advice in all aspects of your business. Our services will save your money and help you to run stable and successful business.

some facts about us

Proud to be professional.

We offer the highest quality accounting, tax and consulting services after gaining an intimate knowledge of our client’s needs, in a timely and professional manner. We value stability within our company and strive towards setting up a professional stable relationship with our clients. The team works within a friendly atmosphere working to achieve their personal goals. We work within a flexible working week environment, which helps us to meet our client’s needs and personal goals.





our Mission

Proud to be professional

Our employees have certificates of AAT, ACCA and ICAEW. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and professionalism in our relationship with you, our client. We want to know and understand your financial situation and provide you with only the highest quality information, services, and products to help you reach your goals. We believe that your accountant should not come as a cost, but as a valuable resource, who is easily approachable and readily accessible.



Let us help you to reduce the tax that you pay. If you need reliable business advice for your new or existing business please contact us now.

Latest News


BTL Property

Three-quarters of landlords who intend to purchase a new rental property in the next year will use a limited company structure to reduce tax bill. The sharp rise in the switch to buying through a company rather than as a standalone land-lord has been driven by changes to the tax system and the rising costs […]


Cryptocurrencies changes

In the future, cryptocurrency platforms will have to provide customer data to HMRC. Investors in cryptocurrencies will find it significantly harder to avoid paying capital gains tax on cryptocurrency profits, as global tax authorities will be exchanging data. This means that cryptocurrency platforms and cryptocurrency service providers, known as RCASPs, will have to provide tax […]


TAX YEAR 2024/25

In this article, we present the most significant tax changes for the year 2024/25: From April 6, 2024, the main rate for National Insurance Class 4 contributions for self-employed individuals will be reduced from 9% to 6%. Combined with the abolition of Class 2 contributions, this means an average saving of £650 per year for […]


VAT Registration

HMRC is ending the use of paper forms to register for VAT from November’23. In future, all VAT registrations will have to be submitted online unless the taxpayer has a particular exemption. Anyone who requires a paper form will have to contact HMRC by phone to request a form which will then be posted to […]


VAT payments

HMRC has confirmed that businesses can now set up a payment plan online if they owe less than £20,000 in unpaid VATAs of 31 May 2023, VAT-registered businesses that owe less than £20,000 of VAT can set up a payment plan online as long as they agree to pay off the VAT within six months. […]


Dividends update

DIVIDENDS – changes from 2025From April 2025, there will be new rules on dividend disclosure. Anyone involved with an owner managed business will need to use their self assessment tax return to split out the amount of dividend income received from their own companies from other dividend income, and the percentage share they hold in […]


BTL Loan interest

The tax burden on buy to let landlords has increased significantly from removal of interest relief to higher capital gains tax. Higher rate tax relief for buy to let loan interest has been gradually removed over a transitional period.Tax year P&L deduction of interest: 2016–17: 100% 2017–18: 75% 2018–19: 50% 2019–20: 25% 2020–21: 0% Landlords […]


IR35 – what is it?

This is a set of regulations included in one of the sections of the Income Taxes (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003 (ITEPA 2003). The last amendment to these regulations was introduced by the Finance Act 2017.


HMRC expects the scheme to be up and running by the end of April.

HMRC expects the scheme to be up and running by the end of April.   The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is a temporary scheme open to all UK employers for at least three months starting from 1 March 2020. We expect the scheme to be up and running by the end of April. It is […]

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