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These terms of use relate to you accessing and the use of Chambers Bookkeeping services. The Details below and all related pages describe the manner in which you may use this website and our services. By using our service or website you are deemed to have read, understood and agreed to these terms of use.


1 We work on the following terms:-


1.1 All sums must be paid within 28days of the invoice.

1.2 We can both end this agreement by either of us giving the other 30 days written notice of our intention to end the agreement.

1.3 If the invoice is not paid within 28days, we will charge compound interest on the unpaid bill at a rate of 5% per calendar month until it is paid in full.

1.4 We reserve the right to stop work if you/ the company fail to make any payment when and as it falls due

1.5 Any discounts offerd will be withdrawn if the invoice is not paid within the 28 days period. EG if your invoice is for a payment of £250.00 after a discount of £20.00 and payments are not made in full within the 28 days period the amount due will become £270.00 plus the monthly compound interest.


2 Payments and penalty Fees:-


2.1 You have the choice to make payments on invoices above £150.00 in instalments over a period of 3 months. Should you choose to make payments in instalments; a 3% interest charge of the overall balance due will be added to the balance payable over the chosen period.

2.2 Repayments taken beyond a 3 month period will incur a 5% surplus charge on the remaining balance and payable on each additional month.

2.3 Payments by instalments should be paid by standing order unless pre discussed and accepted by the company. (Please see invoice for alternative payment options if applicable)

2.4 Should you choose to make payments by instalments and payments are not made by the specified date there will be a penalty charge of £6 applied to the overall balance.

2.5 Should we have to continuously contact you with regards to late payments. A fee of £5.00 will be applied to the overall balance per call made.

2.6 Should any balance remain unpaid and legal action is required. The cost of all actions taken will be redirected to the company/person or persons in question.


Data Protection Act:-


To enable us to discharge the services agreed with you and for other related purposes, including updating and enhancing client records, management analysis, statutory returns, crime prevention and legal and regulatory compliance we may obtain, use, process and disclose personal data about you. You have a right, under data protection legislation to obtain a copy of the personal data we hold about you. There is a charge of £10.


Under the DPA act 1998 and POCA act 2002 we are required to obtain a minimum of two pieces of identification to verify your identity.


(Compulsory) A form of photo ID, I.E Passport

Changes to terms of use:-


The contract and its terms and conditions of service are governed by, and construed in accordance with English Laws


We reserves the right to make changes to these terms of use at any time. Every time you visit this website you agree to the current terms of use.

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 1 Your obligations: Provision of Information


1.1 You are legally responsible for making correct returns, by the due date and for making tax payments on time. If you fail to meet any deadlines you may incur automatic penalties, surcharges and / or interest charges.


To enable us to carry out work on your behalf you agree to:


1.2  provide full information and documentation and that all such material provides full disclosure of all sources of income, charges, allowances and capital transactions and that the information you provide to us or that is provided to us on your behalf is complete, true and accurate, and relevant to you, your company and/or your respective affairs.

 Provision of Information

Retention of Records:-


During the course of our work we will collect information from you and others acting on your behalf and will return any original documents to you following preparation of your accounts and/or tax returns.


You should retain these records for a period of 6 years from the 31 January following the end of the tax year. This period may be extended if there is an enquiry into your tax affairs.


Certain documents may legally belong to you but we intend to destroy correspondence and other papers we store which are more than 7 years old, unless the documents are deemed by ourselves to be of continuing significance. You must tell us if you require retention of a particular document.

Retention of Records