Tax and accountancy advice for those on their own or in partnership



Tax, accountancy and business advice for incorporated organisations


Our Approach

Our approach is to be friendly, honest and approachable. We listen to your needs and tailor your service package to suit you. We offer simple yet effective practical advice on a fixed fee basis.

Are all accountants the same?

Not at all. The word accountant is not protected in the UK, so anyone can call themselves an accountant. We are proud to be a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, which means we are subject to strict rules and ethics.


Our Support

We take the hard work out of your compliance such as self-assessment, corporation tax and year end accounts. However our experience goes beyond this, enabling us to offer proactive strategies and business advice to help you grow and achieve your future plans.


Whether it be personal or corporate taxation, we have the knowledge to ensure you are as tax efficient as possible. This is an area many people feel out of their depth with and we want to ensure you, you are in safe hands with us.

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We’re here to help – so do get in touch so we can arrange to meet and discuss your accounting needs.

Our initial consultation is free, and you’re welcome to come to our offices in the centre of Pontyclun or we can come visit you.

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    Derwen Accountancy Limited

    Derwen Accountancy Limited

    We are an independent chartered accountancy practice which offers a friendly and proactive service, utilising our wealth of experience.

    We tailor our approach to each client’s individual needs by firstly getting to understand them and their business.

    As we mentioned on the 5th April, the boy has recently started attending Pontypridd junior parkrun. They were all so welcoming the first time we attended and we are hoping to attend on a regular basis. Beware though-children don’t pace themselves. They sprint, walk, sprint, walk etc, or as it’s otherwise known interval running. I did want to post a picture of Kevin after this but he assured me no one wanted to see it! ... See MoreSee Less
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    Whoop whoop it’s national pet day. Feel free to post some pictures of your pets below. This is our lovable feline Linney or “short legs” as she is known for obvious reasons. Having her in our life is wonderful, although her bringing outside friends home isn’t always great. Particularly those of the feathered variety. ... See MoreSee Less
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    Hello and happy Monday. People who know me know how important a good work-life balance is (as well as well-balanced accounts!). A big part of why we started our own firm was to spend more time with our son so I love this quote. ... See MoreSee Less
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    For those of you who don’t know me personally, and even some who do, you won’t know we are currently experiencing a very difficult time in relation to one of my closest friends who is unwell. The day after she was taken ill, we decided to have a fun day with our son to achieve some resemblance of normality. We had a lovely day, our first Park run junior in Pontypridd, swimming at the Cardiff pool, and then Pokémon hunting down Cardiff Bay. When we arrived home though, we couldn’t get in. Unbeknownst to us, when we shut the front door, the key was still on the inside. When it was slammed (by my husband, not me but don’t ask who left the key in the door!!) it caused the key to turn by itself and it locked from the inside. I didn’t even know this could happen. This led to us trying every door and window to try and get in to no luck. So I turned to the WhatsApp group from my son’s class, and thankfully someone knew a locksmith. Thank you so much to Curley Locks Locksmiths. They were here within 40 minutes and got us back in. The first thing I thought was my friend would laugh so much at this and as soon as she’s better I will tell her. ... See MoreSee Less
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    As of 1st April, the National Living and Minimum Wage rates have increased and the National Living Wage has been extended to workers aged 21 and over (previously only for age 23 and over). All employers should ensure that their workers are paid correctly, according to the new rates. If you’re a business with employees, it is your responsibility to make sure your employees are paid at these rates or more. These rates can be found on the Government’s website. ... See MoreSee Less
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    Opening Hours

    • Monday – Friday 9:30 – 2:30
    • Saturday & Sunday – Closed

    appointments available outside these hours by previous appointment