Chartered Accountants in Sunderland, offering expertise on everything from Tax and Business Planning,
to Accounts and VAT.

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TTR Barnes

TTR Barnes is an established chartered accountants in Sunderland with more than 80 years of continued practice.

The company today is an amalgamation of three well-established Sunderland accountancy firms, which makes us one of the largest accountancy firms in Tyne and Wear. With a wealth of experience and expertise in accounts matters from tax and business planning to payroll and VAT, we work with a variety of long-standing clients across the North East.

Our friendly and professional team of chartered accountants and support staff offers a range of services, including payroll, tax and book-keeping. We are also able to offer financial planning services via our sister company, Key Wealth Management, located within our central Sunderland offices.

Get in touch with our team for further information on how we can help improve and optimise your accounts and taxation.



Meet the Team: Sue Davison

28th March 2024

TTR Barnes grows Administration & Payroll Team with new member. We are thrilled to welcome new administration assistant Sue Davison to the TTRB family.   What is your career background? I started my work life at Royal Mail,...

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Key Takeaways: Spring Budget 2024

8th March 2024

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his ‘Budget for Long Term Growth’ on Wednesday 6 March 2024. His speech promised ‘more investment, more jobs, better public services and lower taxes’. In this article we break down the key announcements made...

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Basis Period Reform: Changes to accounting periods from 2023/2024 for individuals and partnerships

21st February 2024

As of 6th April 2024 business profits for sole traders, unincorporated businesses and limited liability partnerships should be calculated inline with the tax year,” rather than on the “current period basis”, thus aligning all accounting periods to the...

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The Full Expensing Regime

19th January 2024

The Chancellor’s announcement at the Autumn Statement on 22 November 2023 brought a pivotal development for businesses as the full expensing regime (allowing companies to claim 100% capital allowances for qualifying plant and machinery) will no longer expire...

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