Welcome

At Sadler Davies & Co. Chartered Accountants in Dartford, Kent, you will find a team dedicated to providing the personal service that our current and future clients require.

Prompt service from people who enjoy their work and have a sense of humour - these are the qualities of Sadler Davies & Co, which ensure that clients find us very approachable.

We are confident that you will like our approach to customer care. It's simple, when you need us - we'll be there - either on the telephone or at your offices, always prompt and at your convenience.

If you would like to find out more how we may be of assistance to you, please give us a call on 01322 271617. We will be happy to meet you for a free consultation in strict confidence and without obligation.

Latest news

The Budget - March 2021

Sunday, March 7, 2021

The Chancellor has attempted to strike a balance between continuing to prop up the businesses worst affected by COVID-19, while setting out a roadmap to wean the UK economy off this emergency support. 

Pre-Christmas furlough extension stems the tide of redundancies

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Extending the furlough scheme until the end of April 2021 is showing evidence of minimising job losses, a report claims. 

Hardest-hit businesses offered new government grants of up to £9,000

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Businesses in the sectors hardest hit by COVID-19 can access new one-off grants to help them get through lockdown. 

Latest Downloads

Changes that may effect your business or your personal allowance are published in our monthly newletter - Insider. We also have our Active Practice Updates which cover a range of information and keep you abreast of the latest changes. We also email our updates, especially at Budget time to keep you up-to-date.  Check out our Downloads section in case you've missed anything!

 

Insider Newsletter

Insider October 2021
Insider October 2021

Active Practice Updates

Autumn Budget 2021
“Today’s Budget does not draw a line under COVID-19; we have challenging months ahead”, said Chancellor Rishi Sunak. Chancellor Rishi Sunak resisted temptation to raise taxes to start paying for the emergency support schemes that kept so many businesses afloat during the pandemic in 2020/21.

RESIDENCE & DOMICILE AFTER BREXIT
RESIDENCE & DOMICILE AFTER BREXIT