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.



Extended Loss Carry Back

19th July 2021

In March 2021, the government extended the carry back of losses for businesses. There is a temporary extension to the carry back rules and the period of time to claim trade losses. As announced in the Budget 2021,...

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Guide to small business pension schemes

23rd June 2021

Navigating pension schemes for your small business is a key element of running a successful company. Employers must put eligible staff into a workplace pension as soon as they start working, which is why it is important to...

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TTR Barnes runs the Sunderland 10k

15th June 2021

We’re hoping fundraising won’t be taxing as we prepare to run the Sunderland 10k for If U Care Share! Tax senior Scott Laight, receptionist Sarah Riddell, tax Manager Vikki Ashton and tax senior Paul Guthrie along with team...

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Could you benefit from the SME Brexit Support Fund?

14th May 2021

The SME Brexit Support Fund offers eligible businesses the chance to get a share of a £20m fund to help them adapt to changes they have had to face as a result of the UK leaving the EU....

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