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We pride ourselves in giving a personal, but professional service to all of our clients.
Our over-riding concern is to help make a positive difference to your bottom line, or personal wealth.
Starting a business or run an established company? Looking for specialist expertise or personal advice?
Founded in 1953, we are a well established firm of Chartered Accountants in Chelmsford offering a comprehensive range of business advice and accountancy services to individuals and businesses throughout the South East and beyond.
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Why not consider attending one of our presentations. We will talk you through the decisions you have to make as an employer and give you the opportunity to ask any questions.
Presentations are held in our Chelmsford Office in small groups of up to 6-7 people. Please call Julie Perrin on 01245 261818 with any queries.
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Read more about workplace pensions (automatic enrolment) here
Our company secretarial department has an offer for the small business community.
We provide a range of accountancy services to support all aspects of your business.
Edmund Carr offer a specialist accounting service to GPs and other medical professionals.
We have experience in dealing with charities, clubs, sports organisations and schools.
Another successful year at the races. Full race results available at www.baddowraces.org.uk
05 Sep 2016
The government has announced new proposals for sanctions for 'enablers and users of tax avoidance which is defeated by HMRC'.
HMRC have updated their guidance on the tax implications of changes to the 'generally accepted accounting practice' used to prepare financial statements.
HMRC have issued an update of their guidance on how to recognise genuine HMRC contact be it via email or text.
HMRC have always had complaints procedures and have extended these to now include an online form which can be used to make complaints about your self-assessment and PAYE.