Situated at the crossroads of the M4 and A34, our Newbury office is ideally placed to serve businesses throughout the Thames Valley and beyond.

Located in a beautiful Georgian Grade II listed building, you will find our approach to our work anything but old fashioned. 

Our highly trained and experienced staff adopt a client focused approach to all of their work. Utilising the latest technology to its fullest extent, we maximise the efficiency and quality of service to our clients, without diminishing the level of personal service that has been the hallmark of the office for over 30 years.

Our service lines include general accountancy services, audit, solicitor audits, charities, tax compliance, tax planning for both corporates and individuals, VAT, outsourcing, management accounts, cloud computing advisory, payroll, company secretarial, R&D tax credit claims and advising on Employee Ownership Trusts.

Our clients typically consist of High Net Worth Individuals, and Owner Managed Businesses that represent the typical range of industries found in the area, from the high-tech telecoms firms, to the many manufacturing, engineering and service based firms in the numerous business parks, to the farming and agricultural based clients found throughout the stunning West Berkshire countryside.

Well known and respected throughout the area, our partners and staff maintain close links with local bankers, solicitors, IFAs and other professional contacts, which can benefit your business  when applying for finance or seeking the best qualified advisor to assist you.
 

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