Leading the way for accountancy advice in Wigan and across Lancashire. NR Barton Chartered Accountants have been leading the way for trusted accountancy, tax and business advisory advice for over 70 years.
We offer a full suit of accountancy services and our expert teams are dedicated in providing our clients with practical solutions that deliver real value for money.
As a leading independent firm we are well placed to assist your business throughout all stages of its growth to ensure all your needs are met.
With years of experience advising businesses across a broad spectrum of markets our teams possess a wealth of talent and experience to help your business grow, develop, and flourish.
“Neil Whittingham and the team at NR Barton have given our business invaluable advice and support since we started up in 2011. Starting a new business was a big challenge during a difficult commercial climate as you can imagine, however, NR Barton took the time to understand our business and Neil has been available to assist both commercially and personally with great results. I have no hesitation in recommending NR Barton to friends, family and other company owners.”
– Rod Brown & Carl Salt, Words ‘n’ Wishes Limited
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