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Call us on: 0117 9561067 / 0117 9560350 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Copson Grandfield is an experienced and growing accountancy practice in East Bristol.
Our team have a wealth of knowledge and plenty of resources to help with all of your accountancy, business and taxation needs.
The breadth of our service extends past your expectations of an ordinary accountant. We offer you proactive business advice as well as support when you need it, and aim to work alongside you to help you achieve your business or personal objectives.
We deal with all of our customers in a friendly and approachable manner and our advice is tailored to your specific needs.
Whether it’s personal tax planning strategies, advice on starting a business, help with VAT or anything in between, why don’t you contact us for a free initial consultation to find out how we can help?
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic where possible staff are working from home leaving a reduced team in the office.
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We aren’t just good with numbers. For practical business advice that can help you to get on your feet and make sense of the business world, please speak to us.
We have a wealth of experience in this specialist area and can provide tailored advice to help you succeed. Click to find out more information.
Whether you are looking to minimise the business tax burden or would like advice on personal issues such as inheritance tax planning, our experienced team can help.
VAT can often be a complex area of taxation and we can help to make sure that you are paying the right amount. Click to find out more information.
18 Sep 2020
MPs have urged Chancellor Rishi Sunak to extend the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) to help avoid mass redundancies.
17 Sep 2020
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed future support for mortgage borrowers if they continue to face payment difficulties due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).