When you own a hotel, you need to be able to make smart business decisions that will ensure your compliance with Britain’s evolving tax regulations. Hotel accountants can help, especially if they came from a leading small accounting firm that has a proven hotel industry experience. These accountants work with business advisors to provide all-in-one services and advice for hotels and other leisure business. The best time to get in touch with a hotel accountant is before you open your business, but you can still hire them somewhere along the way, after you have opened your business, especially if you are planning to expand and open a chain of hotels.
Hotel accountants will provide reliable accountancy advice, payroll services, and bookkeeping. When you leave those tasks to them, you will have more time to focus on other important things, like running your hotel. Their objective is to provide you with an array of services, like effective auditing to satisfy regulatory requirements and ensure compliance, while maximising your value by auditing specific areas and advising you on relevant procedures. They also provide compliance and tax insight at par with the most up-to-date hotel taxation regulations.
Chartered accountants can assist in developing strategies that can reduce your hotel’s tax costs, or provide an all-in-one solution for property ownership, capital allowance claims, financing, and tax structuring. Payroll health checks and VAT are critical to any hotel business, and hotel accountants will make sure that you are constantly compliant with taxation regulations and laws. They can offer custom employer advice to optimise the way you manage employee-related costs.
When required, advice on corporate governance and risk management can be provided to you and your team. If you decide to sell or buy a hotel, hotel accountants can help you manage the risks. You can rely on their knowledge and expertise in assisting and advising you throughout the process. If you own a chain of hotels, you can get expert advice on equity placing, re-organisation, and re-financing from chartered accountants.