Abingdon

Suite I, Windrush Court, Abingdon Business Park, Abingdon, OX14 1SY
T: +44 1235 251 252
Our Abingdon office is situated south of Oxford just off the A34 and with easy access to rail services.

Since opening in 2018 we quickly established a reputation for partner led client service and have grown substantially. We provide audit, accountancy and taxation services to businesses, individuals and charities in Oxfordshire, the Thames Valley and further afield.

Our teams are qualified and work together to offer a professional and friendly approach to help our clients. Clients also benefit from access to the firm’s specialists where required.

Our clients range in size from sole traders to complex groups with turnover over £100m. We act for businesses in many sectors including engineering, technology, wholesaling, and financial and legal services. We also have a team who specialise in charity and academy accounts and audit services.

The broad range of services we provide includes;

  • Accounting services
  • Statutory audit and assurance services
  • Internal audit
  • Corporation tax including R&D
  • International tax aspects, corporate and personal
  • Personal tax returns and advice
  • Share schemes including EIS
  • Management accounts and book-keeping
  • Payroll
  • Corporate structure
  • Company secretarial
  • Estate planning, probate and Inheritance Tax planning
  • Trust accounting and taxation

We work with other professionals in our area to offer joined up advice to assist our clients with their future plans.

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