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Based in Shropshire, JHP acts on behalf of a wide range of clients, many of whom are located in the surrounding rural communities.
We have particular expertise in the farming sector, and our dedicated team are well-placed to advise on this specialist area.
The essence of our business is to aid you in achieving your financial goals. We can help you to improve the profitability of your business whilst maintaining your financial records and saving you tax.
JHP offer a comprehensive range of services, from bookkeeping and payroll, to workplace pensions and personal tax planning.
To find out more, simply select your section of interest from the menu or contact our team to discuss how we can help you.
We have gained an in-depth knowledge of the rules and regulations that pertain to the farming industry as well as the key commercial drivers that lead to business success.
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Why not relieve your business of the ever-increasing payroll burden by outsourcing your finances to JHP? We have a specialist payroll team that manages over 100 payrolls for all kinds of companies, ranging from those with just one employee to workforces of over 100.
We take pride in keeping the accounting records up-to-date, making sure the analysis is right and that the accounts balance. If you want to concentrate on running your business, allow us to concentrate on what we do best - managing your accounts.
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