Services

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Start-ups and small businesses

Growing and established businesses

Consulting services

Private clients

IT services


Start-ups and small businesses

If you are thinking of setting up a business contact us first. We will guide you to valuable free advice and support. When you are ready to take the next steps we can advise you on:

  • Business plans
  • Sole trader, partnership or company considerations
  • Statutory requirements
  • Tax planning and compliance considerations
  • Bookkeeping and accounts computerisation
  • Statutory/year end accounts
  • Corporation and personal tax self-assessment and returns

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Growing and established businesses

We specialise in owner managed businesses. Our services include:

  • Preparation and filing of statutory accounts
  • Corporation and personal tax self assessment and returns
  • Company secretarial services
  • Management accounts preparation
  • VAT and payroll services

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Consulting services

  • Business strategy and development
  • Business and accounting process improvement
  • Accounting and internal control reviews
  • Computerised accounting and management information systems

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Private clients

We provide statutory compliance, wealth management and financial planning services for self-employed individuals and their families.

  • Family issues
  • Business advice
  • Bookkeeping and accounts computerisation
  • Sole trader accounts, tax planning and compliance
  • Self-assessment tax returns
  • Investment advice*

* – the firm is not authorised to carry out investment business. See our preferred partner http://www.ocmwealthmanagement.co.uk/ for further details.

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IT services

We have IT expertise and excellent credentials in the following areas. We offer a complete suite of services, from strategy to implementation, training and support.

  • Accounts packages
  • Information systems audit and IT security
  • E-business strategy and systems development

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