We are an independent firm of chartered accountants formed in 1983 with an experienced team of accountants and tax advisers.
The partners -Nigel Horder and Les Adey-emphasise the importance of good client care to their team members and the firm has expanded as a result.
We do not act for large corporations or conglomerates. Our expertise -and what we enjoy!- is dealing with and advising both growing and established businesses throughout London and the South East. Our experience of many successful start ups (and a few not so successful) gives any new business a valuable edge particularly in these challenging times.
We represent many high net worth individuals and advise on their individual taxation position and strategies to minimise their tax liabilities. We work with independent legal advisers to make sure our clients retain and protect their assets through the use of trusts and appropriate inheritance tax planning. The emphasis in our office is on maximising our clients wealth and protecting their assets.
And we guide many individual tax payers of all income levels through the intricacies of the self assessment tax regime.
In accordance with the disclosure requirements of the Provision of Services Regulations 2009, our professional indemnity insurer is RSA Insurance PLC of One Plantation Place, 30 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 3BD. The territorial coverage is worlwide excluding any legal proceedings brought inside the United States of America or Canada (or brought outside the United States of America or Canada to enforce a judgement or order made inside the United States of America or Canada)
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