Working in the gig economy?

You’re far from alone. According to a recent study by the University of Hertfordshire, the number of UK workers in the gig economy has doubled since 2016, with nearly 1 in 10 working-age adults surveyed now working via gig economy platforms at least once a week.

Your tax affairs are now yours to manage

If you're self-employed, there's no payroll system implementing PAYE rules and taking care of things for you. So, there’s a good chance you have found us because you’re one of the many people who are struggling to understand how to ensure you handle your tax obligations correctly and how much of your pay you can actually keep.

You’re in the right place.

With our Go package, you can see (and save) what you'll owe, as you go, and rest assured you're prepared for tax time - which we'll also take care of. Just take your gig payments into a business bank account, or mark gig payments made to personal accounts as business income, with your accounts linked to the Coconut app and record any cash expenses you incur with The Bean Counter via your smartphone's voice assistant. We'll automatically keep your tax estimate and savings advice up to date. We can also help you register self-employed or set up a limited company, if you need us to.

Ready to get started?

Go
£49
per month

Perfect for the newly self employed or sole trader.

Sales under £150k per year

Self employed or small business

Link your business bank accounts to the Coconut* app

Record cash and mileage with The Bean Counter

Know what you'll owe, save as you go

We prepare and submit the paperwork, including your self-assessment tax returns

Grow
£99
per month

Limit your personal liability and remove funds via a tax-efficient salary and dividend package.

Sales up to £10.2m per year

Limited company business

Link your business bank accounts to the Coconut* app

Record cash and mileage with The Bean Counter

Know what you'll owe, save as you go - with salary and dividends efficiency

We prepare and submit the paperwork, including your corporation tax returns and one director's self-assessment tax returns