Why Choose Us

Choosing Muftals Accountancy means that you are guaranteed to speak to qualified accountants who have vast experience working with contractors and are in the best position to give prompt and professional advice.

We strive to give you proactive value add services and advice you where you can save money.

Our service includes user friendly web based accounting software alongside our qualified contractor accountants.

We provide contractor and freelancers with safe and legal ways to maximise take home pay. We offer following business options;

  1. Limited company
  2. Sole trader accounting

The majority of our business comes directly from referrals, which is the proof that we provide one of the best services for contractors.

Industry Specialists

We help clients in a range of sectors and industries, including:

  • Engineering Contractors
  • Oil & Gas Contractors
  • Media Freelancers
  • IT Contractors
  • Financial
  • Medical Locums
  • Healthcare professionals

Our key features are:

  • Increase your take home pay
  • Fixed monthly fee
  • Free web based accounting package
  • Dedicated qualified accountant
  • Free IR35 guidance
  • Financial management and planning
  • Free meeting to get you started and go through your tax strategy


Limited Company

Trading through a Limited Company has become increasingly popular, due to flexibility, security and tax efficiency.

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Sole Traders

If you’re a sole trader, you’re running your own business as an individual. You can keep all your business’

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In a business partnership, you and your business partner (or partners) personally share responsibility for your business.

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Reason to join

A personalized service - fully supported by phone and email.


Tried, tested and trusted by Contractors.


We are fully compliant with current legislation – IR35  advice and contract reviews.


Expert financial advice and planning – maximise take home pay and tax efficiency.


Muftal Blog

The biggest change to income tax and National Insurance Contributions since PAYE was introduced in 1944.


Tax avoidance – How worried should you be?


Public sector contacting and IR35 


RTI Penalties – With hard-pressed employers coming to terms with Real Time Information (RTI) filing, the pain is not all over.