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We make delivering first class client services our number one priority!
The Hughes Partnership was founded in 2003 and today, we still continue to build our desirable reputation for supplying outstanding advice and first class services to our clients.
We are a medium sized independent accountancy firm using modern accounting software, who give a friendly, efficient and professional services to all our clients and specialise in helping businesses start up and grow. The Hughes Partnership accommodate for small and medium sized businesses, and have a growing and established network of clients, situated throughout the UK and Europe. Some of our services include:
Our business is based near Birmingham Airport, with close links to motorways, train and all transport links.
Our team of hard working individuals make sure all your accounts are completed accurately and on time.
They are also fun, friendly and very approachable people, this is important to us as it gives us a better relationship with our clients and helps us build trust. As well as accountancy, audit and tax skills, our team members also have individual speciality’s which enable us to provide clients with a first class tailored service. With our experience, we pride ourselves on delivering an incomparable service to all clients, whatever their sector.
In addition to traditional accounting and tax services we also provide advice on how to improve and develop your business. Whether you need an integrated business strategy, access to corporate finance or specialist tax advice we are just a phone call or visit away to help you achieve your goals.
04 Mar 2021
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his second Budget on Wednesday 3 March 2021.
04 Feb 2021
HMRC has revealed that more than 10.7 million taxpayers submitted their 2019/20 Self Assessment tax returns by the 31 January deadline.
HMRC has published the names of 139 named companies that failed to pay minimum wages amounting to £6.7 million to over 95,000 workers.