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Welcome to Grosvenor House

CLIENT SATISFACTION IS OUR NO 1 PRIORITY

We provide excellent customer service and give professional and practical advice to our clients.

LOOKING FOR AN ACCOUNTANT

We are a well-established, small, friendly practice who enjoys working with our Clients. We offer a professional, reliable and timely service and we will always look to get the best results for you and your business.


BEING PROACTIVE
By keeping ourselves up to date with changes to the tax system and accounting standards, as well as maintaining close lines of communications with our Clients. We ensure that our advice is always current, helping you stay ahead of the game.


HOW CAN WE HELP
We can provide accountancy services at any level to your business – from running any or all aspects of your in-house bookkeeping, using our cloud based software, to preparing forecasts and performance reporting through the year.

NEED HELP WITH YOUR TAX  
We offer a comprehensive tax service from personal tax return preparation to corporate tax planning. We can also assist with IHT and Estate Planning.

BUSINESS ADVICE
Our Clients contact us on a huge range of different topics, from general business advice through to in-depth financial analysis of key strategic decisions. We understand that running a business can be a lonely place and we are prepared to give real advice to help you succeed.

CLEAR COMMUNICATION
We try to ensure that all of our Clients come away feeling happy that they have had things properly explained, without the need for jargon. We typically include free telephone support as part of our service – we like talking to our Clients!

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LATEST NEWS FROM Grosvenor House

July 17, 2024

New VAT registration tool released by HMRC

HM Revenue & Customs have released a new tool designed to help businesses find out what VAT registration would mean for their business.
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July 15, 2024

Highlights from the Chancellor’s speech: What are the implications for tax and compliance?

The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rachel Reeves, delivered her first speech as Chancellor last week outlining her plans for revitalising the UK economy. While her speech was inevitably political and included criticism for the previous government while emphasising her own role, there were also some key takeaways for her plans on tax. Here’s a summary with some comments on what they could mean for you.
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