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.



Changes To UK Company Law – What Do They Mean For You?

26th June 2024

Since March this year, new measures have been introduced by The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act, bringing some of the biggest changes to UK Company Law since 1844. Here are just some of the changes this act...

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Forthcoming Changes to Reporting of Benefits in Kind (BiKs)

30th May 2024

From 6th April 2026 employers must process Benefits in Kind (BiKs) though payroll rather than the annual submission of P11D/P11D(b) returns. The new approach is an effort to reduce administrative time for both employers and HMRC through the...

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Up to 28,000 small businesses set to receive financial boost following increase in VAT threshold

9th May 2024

As of 1st April the VAT registration threshold has been raised from £85,000 to £90,000. The VAT move is set to benefit up to 28,000 small businesses, who will no longer meet the threshold for VAT submissions. The...

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Changes to National Insurance Contributions

24th April 2024

The rate of National Insurance Contributions paid depends on your employment status, whether you are employed or self-employed and how much you earn.  In last year’s Autumn Statement – as part of the National Insurance Contributions (Reduction in...

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