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Medical Practice Accounting Clients- Work in Progress

What we are currently working on with our Medical Practice Clients. Personally Administered Items. Research shows that many practices are under-claiming their Personally Administered Items (PAI). In many cases, the under claim can be worth between 50pence and £2.00p per client on the practice list. Keith Miller is working with practices and specialist third parties… Read more


Ian Dance Services and Albert Goodman

Ian Dance Services are the leading Catering Engineers and equipment suppliers in the South-West of England. Run by Bruce and Glyn, this close-knit family business has provided support to various catering establishments, including Pubs, Hospitals, Schools, Restaurants, Care homes and Ministry of Defence Facilities.  When you eat out in your favourite pub, restaurant or hotel… Read more


Tax team strengthened by new appointments.

We are pleased to have strengthened our Tax Consulting team with two new appointments. Elaine Grose joins from another regional tax consulting firm, and James England joins after 12 years of experience with a number of local firms. After leaving university, Elaine took her first graduate job in the east of the country working for MacIntyre… Read more


PizzaRova and Albert Goodman

We love Pizzarova!  Who wouldn’t love  handmade sourdough and gluten-free pizzas from the West Country?  Having started selling Pizzas out of the back of converted LandRovers’, Pizzarova founder Alex Corbett has now expanded the business to a shop and a mobile shipping container! The best ingredients and the handmade sourdough bases make Pizzarova a firm favourite… Read more


House of Lords urge delay ‘Making Tax Digital’

The influential House of Lords economic affairs committee has this week criticised The Government’s ‘Making Tax Digital’ programme, adding to the raft of criticisms the proposals have already received from Members of Parliament and pro-business groups.  In a Report  published on March 16, the committee urges the Government to re-think and argues that “while the digitalisation… Read more