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Whether you need help with tax planning, self-assessment, wealth management or other matters, our specialist team will be happy to arrange a meeting to discuss how we can best assist.
We offer a range of accountancy and support services, tailored specifically to your business and its individual needs. Our services include auditing, taxation, corporate finance and much more.
Running a business is challenging at the best of times and in the famously competitive manufacturing industry, things are no different.
Our focus is on you, your business or your academy and how we can best tailor our services to bring the most value. We provide top quality accounting services and business advice to encourage and enable the success, development and wealth of our clients. We do this by being efficiency driven and having effective processes in place to facilitate the smooth running of our clients’ financial affairs. Our culture is highly approachable, friendly and relaxed and is always personal so that as clients you always feel that we are part of your team.
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12 Feb 2016
The Government is to proceed with its plans announced last week to allow local councils to have control over Sunday trading hours, despite opposition from unions and even some Conservative backbenchers.
11 Feb 2016
Chancellor George Osborne’s budget targets could require him to raise taxes or make additional spending cuts, according to data contained within the Institute for Fiscal Studies’ (IFS) Green Budget document.
10 Feb 2016
The changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) made by Chancellor George Osborne in December 2014 led to a 12.1% decline in revenue for the Government in the first ten months of last year, according to a study by estate agency Knight Frank.
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