Financial Services

At Dolan Accountancy we pride ourselves not only in building strong relationships with our clients, but also with partnerships that can benefit our clients.

In this section we will introduce to you the companies and individuals we recommend you use for Banking, Insurance, Mortgages and Pensions.

If you would like to appoint Dolan Accountancy as your accountants, please visit our become a client page or if you have any questions about contracting please call us on 01442 795100 or email

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Dolan Accountancy partnered with Tide

Tide is the future of business banking with the sole aim to make your life as easy as possible. With a business Mastercard which is accepted worldwide, UK based customer services, branch banking at your local Post Office and PayPoint locations as well as super speedy Business Bank Account set-up that means you will Read More...


What type of business insurance do I need?

As a contractor there will be number of different types of insurance you may need to consider, in order to protect you and your business. These include Professional Indemnity, Employers Liability and Public Liability.


FAQs for Professional Indemnity and Contractor Insurance

Professional Indemnity insurance will protect you and your business should a client make a claim against you and your working practices. Other useful insurances for contractors include Employers Liability, Public Liability and Personal Accident.


What is Professional Indemnity Insurance?

Professional Indemnity insurance has been designed to protect you and your business from any claims that are brought against you by a client with regards to work that you’ve carried out.


10% discount* for Dolan Accountancy clients on contractor insurance from Markel Direct

There are many different types of insurance that a contractor will find useful for their working practices. Just a few examples include Professional Indemnity insurance, Employers Liability insurance and office insurance.


Contractor Mortgage Guide

A common worry for contractors is that they will struggle to get a mortgage. Indeed, the temporary nature of the work and variable income can cause problems for traditional brokers, who haven’t adapted to the changing nature of the UK workforce.


Contractor Pensions

Fortunately, you’re able to take advantage of tax breaks when saving for your pension as a contractor, so not only are you providing for yourself when you retire, you’re also keeping more of your hard-earned pay out of the hands of the taxman. This guide will give you all the information you need to start saving for your retirement.


Business Bank Accounts

Once you have formed you’re limited company, the next step is to setup a business bank account, so you can be paid for the work you carry out.