Chartered Accountants serving Wigan and Lancashire
If you want to work with a leading independent provider of accounting, taxation, and business advisory services with over 40 partners and staff advising clients in Wigan, Lancashire and across the North West you’ve come to the right place.
Achieving potential is very important to us and our friendly approach means you can pick up the phone at any point and have a chat with your team. It might sound cliched, but we really do care about helping our clients to succeed.
Our roots trace back over 70 years which aligned with our innovative and technological approach, we believe gives us the knowledge and experience to deliver refreshing accountancy advice.
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Experience in a range of different sectors
Our specialist sector teams are experts in their field. This means we’re able to utilise our strong sector knowledge and specialisms to ensure you get the trusted advice needed to take your business forward.
The needs of clients operating in industries as diverse as property, the charity sector, and technology will vary, and our team are here to offer the best possible advice and share their industry knowledge.
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