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The essence of our service is to help you reduce your tax bill and help you control your business finances both now and in the future.
We hope we are not just accountants but partners in your business ambition. James, Holyoak and Parker aim to make your business life easier. We ensure we listen to all your objectives and understand your emotional involvement in your business and then work with you to help you achieve your business goals.
Contact us today for more information about our services for business or see the links below for details of each service.
You're never too big or too small to talk to JHP and we are always happy to discuss your accountancy needs with you.
We can perform your auditing and financial analysis with a minimum of fuss and maximum efficiency and accuracy.
It's our job to ensure that your books are straight and keep them that way.
We can help remove some of the worries and concerns that arise from a new venture.
We want to help improve your bottom line, not just tell you what it is!
We understand each tax in detail and, importantly, the interaction between the taxes.
The CIS applies to all businesses in the construction industry.
Most businesses fail because of a lack of cash. We can help you avoid this trap by arranging the finance you require.
We can provide peace of mind, by taking the hard work off your hands.
Why not relieve your business of the ever-increasing payroll burden by outsourcing your payroll to JHP.
James, Holyoak and Parker provide a range of specialist services suited to businesses all of sizes.
We provide an efficient, cost-effective VAT service.
26 Feb 2024
The government recently named and shamed more than 500 UK employers for underpaying their employees.
23 Feb 2024
HMRC recently published guidance on the Making Tax Digital for Income Tax Self Assessment (MTD for ITSA) requirements for sole traders and landlords.
22 Feb 2024
Research carried out by the London School of Economics has revealed that less than 3% of adults in the UK paid capital gains tax (CGT) over the last decade to 2020.