Accountants in Milton Keynes with many happy clients, sole traders to larger companies, many 5 star reviews, we care and we can help.

Brilliant Accountants based in MK, we provide a professional and very personal accountancy service to the Milton Keynes area. We are here for you whether you are just starting out or looking to change accountants.

Experienced, qualified, trusted and affordable too!

The service we receive from Brilliant Accountants is amazing. They genuinely care about the success of our business.
Pete Mardell

Founder & CEO, Force Protocol Ltd

To choose this company to manage your accounts is to choose a safe pair of hands.
Kev Hickman

Director, Rhythm Room Ltd

Andrew From Brilliant Accountants has proved to be professional, yet personable, always efficient with a prompt response to any queries.
Nick Smith

Director, Knights MK Limited

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What we Do

Accountants in Milton Keynes

Tax Returns, Self Assessment, CIS, Company Accounts, Bookkeeping, Payroll, VAT, Company Formations and Business Plans.

Experienced, qualified and trusted Accountants in Milton Keynes with an informal, relaxed and straight talking approach using HMRC and ICAEW approved accounting software, such as Sage, Quickbooks and Xero.

We offer a very high level of customer service at affordable rates with an unrivalled ‘out of hours’ contact facility.

We provide Bookkeeping & Accountancy services to Freelancers, Contractors, Self-Employed/Sole Traders through to small/medium sized Limited Companies.

The average Self-Employed/Sole Trader accounts are around £200 per year and £70 per month for a smaller Limited Company.

All our fees are fixed and agreed in advance. Call us now on
01908 686860 or 07712 121212


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