UHY Hacker Young Chartered Accountants in Chester was established over 150 years ago as Haswell Brothers & Co. Today, we offer a wide range of specialist personal and corporate accountancy services for clients throughout Chester and the surrounding areas.

Our accountancy services

Our accountancy services include general accountancy, taxation and tax planning, VAT, audit, management accounts, bookkeeping and payroll, financial reporting, financial planning and risk management.

A diverse range of clients in Chester and beyond

Clients are drawn from the entire cross section of local trade and industry. They include family businesses, substantial limited companies and groups, charities, trusts, housing associations and public sector bodies. We have particular expertise in the legal profession, agricultural sector, property estates, retail pharmacies and the dental sector.

Our partners in the Chester office are well known in their business communities, reflecting the emphasis we place on personal service.

We maintain close personal contacts with local banks and other lending agencies, enabling us to introduce clients to suitable sources of funding. We are also very experienced at advising and assisting clients with preparing effective submissions.

As part of the UHY Hacker Young Group, with offices throughout the UK and worldwide, we can draw on the experiences of our colleagues in any regional, national or international dealings. Their extensive specialist knowledge is at the disposal of our local clients.

 

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