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Griffins Accountants Newbury and Reading
Based in offices in both Newbury and Reading, Griffins Accountants offer business support and compliance advice, independent financial advice, individual wealth management, tax planning, human resources and payroll advice.
Regardless of whether you are an individual with complex financial affairs or a business owner who wants advice and guidance about the best way of managing your business and financial affairs, we can help.
Take a look at our about us page for a full list of our accountancy services.
At Griffins we don’t just look after the compliance issues related to your business we also work to help you develop your business so that it achieves your business and personal finance goals.
Our accountants operate from offices in Newbury and Reading in Berkshire where our experienced and qualified team can help you with all aspects of running your business and managing your personal finance including payroll, human resources legislation, financial planning, retirement planning, inheritance tax advice, bookkeeping, mergers and acquisitions.
We care… and it shows. We offer:
- Tailored solutions that meet your needs
- Technical expertise that can help save you money
- Friendly staff who are available to help and advise
- Guaranteed turn around time on the work done
No matter where you are in the business lifecycle (start up, thriving, looking for an exit or simply looking to improve) we work with you to identify the issues and address them.
- HMRC discover care firms owe £338,835 in backpay
- The recruitment sector becomes the first sector to experience ‘auto-enrolment check ups’ from the Pensions Regulator
"With a stunning £11,223 being owed to a single care worker" ow.ly/ri0yD
'It is totally unacceptable that companies are failing to meet their legal duties” ow.ly/ri0po
HMRC investigating care firms to see if they are breaking minimum wage rules: ow.ly/ri0uX
"80 firms are still under investigation and it's estimated that arrears of £80,000, are still owed to 2000 employees" ow.ly/ri0hr
HMRC discover care firms owe £338,835 in backpay: ow.ly/ri0bw
"Shockingly 48% of the 183 care home operators have underpaid their employees" ow.ly/ri09p
"The Pensions Regulator will now visit companies directly to check that they are completing the procedure" ow.ly/reWUn