Barrys Accountants are here to help you with your accounting, company secretarial services, tax planning & preparation, management advisory services (including cashflow improvements) and business management.
Who are we?
Barrys Accountants are a firm of Chartered Certified Accountants and Business Advisors who were founded in 2002. The firm are now based in Penn with strong links with the local community. As a result of expansion, the business incorporated in May 2005 and is now known as Barrys Accountants Limited.
What Barrys Accountants can do for you
We take a practical, no-nonsense approach to your business affairs, and will give you a frank assessment of your business. We believe that a modern business benefits greatly from the use of the latest technology, and our extensive in-house computing facilities are evidence that we practice what we preach.
Our services include a wide range of accountancy, business and computing services, which help our clients to grow and become more successful. However, we do not profess to be experts in all fields and will, where necessary, call upon our extensive network of business contacts and other professionals to ensure that you get the best possible service.
We deal with your affairs on a proactive basis, to the highest professional standards, accurate and on time. Our fees are reasonable and predictable.
Our team of experienced professionals are committed to helping your business to succeed. We believe this is best achieved by working with you and your staff in your own environment. We are always willing to undertake on-site visits for training or other services. We hope we can be of service to you.
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