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



Tax, accountancy and business advice for incorporated organisations


Charity and Not-for-profits

Specialist accountancy advice and guidance for those set up to help others


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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The Be Active Wales Fund will invest £4million in community and grassroots sport to help restart activity.

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Hi all, so firstly congratulations you survived another Monday. Today is Tuesday, Hints and Tips day and it is also National Shark Awareness Day. So I am combining the two.

There are a lot of amazingly talented accountancy professionals out there but there are also some with little or no experience. Do you know anyone can use the title accountant? Unlike solicitors who have to be a member of the law society to use the term "Solicitor". This means an "accountant" doesn't have to; have passed any exams, have any experience, have any professional indemnity insurance or have a complaints procedure. So how do you know if your accountant knows what they are doing?

Ask what there qualifications are.....I am a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Ask whether they have insurance.....In accordance with my Institute's requirements I have professional Indemnity Insurance.

Ask what their complaints procedure is...Mine is included in my terms and conditions which are included for everyone to read on my website

Remember there are sharks out there 🦈🦈🦈
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Can I just thank everyone who liked and share the page on Friday. We now officially have over 200 likes. This means so much to a small company likes ours. We appreciate everyone who is supporting us. Hats off to you all 👍Also if anyone could show me where the hat emoji is I would be grateful 🤣Hi all, just a quick hello from the office on a Friday. Each month I set goal for the business (and myself). This month the aim is to get 200 likes on the Facebook page. Just realised we are only six off this now. So if you haven't already liked the page please do. It does often regular hints and tips for both the employed and self-employed.

I've thought long and hard about how to attract a couple more likes and I've gone for this. Come on people help someone achieve their goal today 😃
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