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Our priority is to deliver first class client services
1st Call Accounts was established in 2004, then grew to become a corporation in 2012 and today, we continue to build on our enviable reputation for providing excellent advice and first class service to our business and personal clients alike.
We have many clients in the local community, service businesses and individuals, from the one man band to medium sized companies across many sectors including:
With our wealth of experience we pride ourselves on delivering an unparalleled service to all clients, whatever their size or sector.
In addition to traditional accounting and tax services we also provide advice on how to improve and develop your business. Whether you need an integrated business strategy, access to corporate finance or specialist tax advice we are here to help you achieve your goals.
FMAAT, Managing Director and Senior Accountant
Tanya has over 19 years experience in tax and accountancy working closely with small to medium sized businesses to help them evolve and grow.
‘Running a business can be hard enough work without having to deal with tax issues and paperwork. We strive to enable business owners to concentrate on running their business from the front line rather than the back office whilst bogged down in paperwork.’
Summer-Jane is an integral part of the 1st Call Accounts team. She brings a wealth of organisational skills and provides valuable administrative support to the practice. She operates our office phone lines and ensures the day to day workings of the office run smoothly.
Why not contact 1st Call Accounts today for more information or a FREE no obligation quote.
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