Welcome to Horizon Accounting
Horizon Accounting is an established accountancy and tax advisory business with a strong client base. We pride ourselves on delivering a high level of care and expertise to clients through all the numerous services we offer.
Our team are experienced and dedicated personnel who are passionate in helping clients to achieve their goals and contributing to the growth and development of a diverse range of companies. Our clients range from small to medium sized businesses and include limited companies, sole traders, partnerships, and farming enterprises.
Our clients receive ongoing assistance, guidance and advice allowing them to steer their business towards greater profitability meaning increased satisfaction for owners, managers, employees, and the various stakeholders.
As your partner in business, we become a member of your team and an integral part of your journey to success. Our partnership with a Qualified Financial Advisor brings added value to our clients and strengthens our range of services.
We are extremely proud of our achievements to date and look forward excitedly to the future alongside our clients
Unique Selling Points
We become part of your team
We work with you, for you, to become part of your team and help you achieve greater success in a wide range of Financial Management, Professional, Business Development, and Taxation Services.
High Quality Customer Service
We believe that you come first. Our main goal is to ensure complete customer satisfaction, If you need any assistance we are always just a phone call away.
Knowledgeable and Longstanding Staff
With decades of combined experience in Accounting services, our leading team of staff can offer industry leading knowledge and experience to you.
We adapt all of our services to suit you or your business, ensuring that the best possible results are achieved from the start. Our services are completely flexible to fit you.
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