Johnson Smith & Co is a modern, friendly, approachable firm of accountants based in Staines, Middlesex and close to transport links and with adjacent parking.
We offer a comprehensive range of accounts, taxation, business advisory and support services to clients ranging from small and start-up businesses to substantial corporate clients.
In particular we place an emphasis on our primary mission: to focus on the needs of our clients, to meet regulatory requirements but also and importantly, to improve client's profit though advising cost savings and methods whereby tax burdens can be reduced.
Our partners and staff have a very broad range of skills normally associated with very few firms and stemming from the International accountancy practice experience of our principals and general practice services provided to our wide range of clients.
We have a team dedicated to start-up businesses, ensuring those wishing to embark in a business take advantage of favourable tax profiles, obtain the funding they need and meet necessary rules on registration with the authorities.
For growing businesses we supplement normal accountancy services with free business advice on growth strategies, productivity and tax avoidance as well as meeting additional compliance requirements that attach to larger businesses.
Our consultancy services include business and legal advice and we are often able to draft agreements normally provided at much higher cost by solicitors. We have expertise in this area and see it as a way to provide a comprehensive 'one stop' service to our clients that as far as possible takes account of all their needs. We have well established clients who will recommend our ability to deliver to a high standard.
We offer a free initial consultation where you may discuss your business needs with one of our principals and make your own assessment of the quality of our service offering, freshly brewed coffee included! Call us on 01784 450945 to arrange an appointment.
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