Why Use Us?

We believe in giving our clients best advice at all times.
When we are buying professional services, we demand honest people, straightforward advice and great recommendations to other professional people! So this is what we have promised to deliver to our all our clients.
We believe that tax matters in all areas of life and we will help you (or your clients) pay the right amount of tax.
Agencies, institutions or individuals will not bully us. We are not fans of behavioral psychology being used to maximize tax revenues either. We are fans of the Rule of Law and the doctrine of the Separation of Powers and stand beside our clients in times of need.


We believe that pricing should be honest and transparent at all times.
We hate timesheets. Clients hate mop up bills and other random charging. We do not like buying services that way so why would we sell that way?
Where we can we will agree fixed price work, agreed up front for each and every job! That makes our clients happy and happy clients are why we do this.
Tell us your budget and we will see what can be done. Any initial discussions will be on us without obligation. We do not work with all the people we talk to so let us have a chat and see what can be done.

Services we Offer

Accounts Production Year End Reporting
Self-Assessment Tax Returns
Management Accounting
Financial Director Services
VAT Returns
Business Advice:
Structuring for new ventures
Start-up/Scale up Planning
Succession Planning
Personal Advice:
Family Investment Companies
Family LLPs
Passing wealth onto the next generation
• Accounting
• Business Advice
• Personal Advice

Business Structuring

“How should one structure a business to maximise post tax benefits?”
This is probably the most common question we get asked. Should a business be conducted as a sole trader, a general partnership, a limited company, a limited liability partnership, a 1907-limited partnership or set up outside the UK?
We will provide a bespoke answer to this important question. Getting the best possible structure in place is very important to the future development of a business. Building a house requires solid foundations if it is to remain standing for future generations. Why is building a business any different? Call us and get an initial opinion.

Profit Extraction

Q: How do I get money out of my business efficiently?
A: Consider the following routes:
• Salary / Bonus / Profit Share
• Dividends
• Benefits in kind
• Pension contributions
• Loans
• Trusts
• Asset Sales / Purchases
If you have a good clear understanding of all these methods, then you do not need to talk to us! We will want to gain a deep understanding of your circumstances before considering a bespoke answer for you.

Marketing Solutions

We can help you grow your own business through tried and tested marketing and networking methods. If you want training in how to sell high value professional services, we can help. Call us for initial adivce at our cost..

Strategic Planning

We have a great track record in helping our clients formulate and execute strategic plans to grow their business. This is a broad subject and just agreeing what routes to take can be painful! Let us help you plan ahead.

Jeremy Giles FCCA

Jeremy is an accountant and business adviser who specialises in business structuring and succession matters. He designs and builds bespoke structures for his clients. He has links with a high number of top quality professional firms who refer him regularly to their clients.
He trained with City of London firm F W Stephens, qualifying as a Chartered Certified Accountant in 1999. Before this, he worked in his family's international commodity trading business and afterwards worked in industry as financial accountant for a national mortgage lender.
He returned to public practice in 2002 joining a Kent based firm of Chartered Accountants and Chartered Tax Advisors where he developed his skills in owner managed business tax planning. Jeremy has held several posts as Head of Tax at other firms and has now returned to his own general practice firm doing what he loves best; helping clients plan their lives so they pay the right amount of tax.
Jeremy is married with two children. When not working, Jeremy plays as much hockey as he can.