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We can prepare accounts for all types of business, from sole traders to partnerships.
We will make sure that all papers are filed correctly.
We can help to relieve the burden with our comprehensive payroll service.
We aim to ease the stress often caused by self assessment.
We can help our clients produce monthly or quarterly management accounts.
We will help to ensure you are paying the minimum tax required by law.
Assistance with your self assessment tax returns and advice on inheritance tax planning.
Helping you to evaluate your business ideas in a constructive and realistic manner.
We can advise you on the best accounting system for your business.
Assistance with cash flow projections, budgeting and financial projections.
We can provide peace of mind by taking the secretarial work off your hands.
Poolbridge Accountancy, based between Burnham-on-Sea and Bridgwater, offers a wide range of accountancy, bookkeeping and payroll services to businesses and individuals. We are committed to supporting you with your accounting and bookkeeping needs, thereby aiding your success and prosperity. You and your needs define the advice that we supply.
Here at Poolbridge Accountancy, we prioritise providing quality business advice, tailored to suit your company’s needs. With 50 years’ worth of experience within the field, our hard-working team will ensure that you receive optimal service and high quality accountancy advice on a range of business matters.
We offer all our new clients a free initial consultation – please call 01278 530115 to discuss how we can support you.
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30 Jul 2021
Ahead of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) being wound down over the summer, data published by HMRC has revealed that almost two million workers remain on furlough.