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Converting a school to academy status brings a range of financial challenges – and we provide all the expert help and advice you need.
Our first step is to work with you so we can gain a full understanding of your business. We then tailor our approach to your requirements so we can provide exactly the service you need.
Since Pitt Godden & Taylor was established in 1988, we have been providing business advice to hundreds of satisfied customers.
We have many years' experience of offering professional tax advice.
There are many complex accounting and reporting requirements governing charities and not-for-profit organisations.
Let us relieve you of the time consuming process of administering payroll, allowing you to get on with what you do best - running your business.
Whether you need assistance with your self assessment tax returns or advice on inheritance tax planning, we can help you.
Trusts are relatively easy and very tax efficient way to set aside assets for future beneficiaries outside of the inheritance tax net.
Xero is an award winning web-based accounting software for small business owners and their advisors.
Keep up with the latest business news, as well as what's happening at our firm.
29 Oct 2019
Considering the UK's employment rights and looking at how employers must meet them.
15 Nov 2019
UK taxes are at a historical high, accounting for over a third of GDP at 34.4% and up almost seven percentage points from the 1950s, according to a new Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) report.
04 Feb 2019
For 2019 we will proudly be supporting Teckels Animal Sanctuaries and Boarding
Pitt Godden and Taylor LLP is a limited liability partnership, registered in England and Wales. Company Registration No: OC372482. Registered office: Pitt Godden and Taylor LLP,
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