The firm's origins date back some 70 years or so, when Arthur Holyoak went into practice to deal with the new income tax rules facing farmers. In fact, a number of our clients can trace a relationship with the firm over a good portion of this time.
The current setup originates from 1989 when James Holyoak and Parker came into being. Over the years, the firm has continued to grow steadily and now employs around 20 people.
At James Holyoak and Parker we will work proactively to establish your individual requirements, and tailor our services to meet your needs.
We have a wealth of experience in advising individuals and businesses on all financial and management matters relating to accounting, taxation and business planning.
As well as providing traditional compliance services and helping to ensure that you meet the necessary statutory and legislative requirements, we can also work with you to find ways of developing your business and improving profitability, along with suggesting strategies for improving your personal wealth.
To find out more about how you can benefit from our services, simply contact us to discuss your needs.
14 Dec 2018
A poll commissioned by insurance firm Aon has suggested that UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are 'unmindful of the risks' that cyber-attacks and data breaches pose to their business.
13 Dec 2018
In his draft Budget, Derek Mackay, the Finance Secretary for Scotland, outlined his plans for Scottish taxation and spending.
12 Dec 2018
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has published a report calling on governments to help tackle climate change by redesigning their tax systems.