Why should you choose Bolton Tax Accountants?
We provide all the services you would expect from a typical accountancy/tax practice, but it is what we do on top of that which makes us different. We try to understand you, understand your business, understand your goals and help you achieve those goals.
We aim to build excellent working relationships with all our clients, regardless of the size of their business and our approach to tax and accountancy goes beyond the numbers. We can provide valuable advice and guidance on real world tax, accountancy and general business issues.
Our accountants are well qualified and experienced in their roles. Tax rules are constantly changing so experience alone is not enough. Our commitment to ongoing training provides the assurance that we are well informed and know what we are talking about. Our firm is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), so you can be confident that any advice we provide is in line with the standard and ethics of the accounting profession.
At Bolton Tax Accountants our services are designed to add significant value to your business and personal wealth.
Offering you expert business and tax advice, delivered by friendly, experienced accountants.
Spend a few moments to review our service offerings and see how much you can benefit from them. We enjoy talking to business owners and self-employed professionals who are looking to get the most out of their accountant.
Self-Assessment Tax Returns
Small Business & Individual Tax Needs
Capital Gains Tax
Making Pensions Simple
Estate & Life Planning
Year End Accounts
Starting up in Business
Making Tax Digital
SEIS and EIS
Bolton Tax Accountants, 6th Floor, 120 Bark Street, Bolton, BL1 2AX
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