Accountants you can count on
Using 30+ years of combined accountancy experience, we strive to offer the highest level of service – one that is tailored to meet our clients’ business needs and aspirations. Our practice is regulated by the AAT.
Located in Bromsgrove, North Worcestershire, we are well placed between Worcester and Birmingham and have easy access to both the M42 and M5 enabling us to serve clients on both a local and a national basis.
We believe in being 100% clear and up-front with our fees, meaning our clients are given a transparent, honest service from the start. We understand that the core of every business is good, healthy cash flow, which is why we work with fixed-term pricing to help you keep track of this element of your business.
Why work with us?
We are proactive
We give personalised professional advice, streamline your accounts and empower you to get back to what you love doing the most – growing your business. You’ll love working with us.
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We are trustworthy
As a fast-growing company, we understand the hurdles that businesses face. Sometimes, speaking to someone who relates to your situation helps. We’ve always got your back!
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- Forward-thinking 100% 100%
Our clients, our biggest supporters
We are extremely happy with the service and work that we’ve received from Stephen, Felicity, and their team. They strike exactly the right balance of looking after our interests while playing by the rules too!
Adderley, Hill & Co are a pleasure to work with and have been nothing but professional with our accounts. They are friendly and knowledgeable, and we would highly recommend them. Thanks a lot, AH.
We have nothing but praise for Felicity after having dealt with her over many years. She manages to provide excellent advice while still maintaining a friendly and supportive approach.
The AH newsroom
Catch up with the latest accounting updates, tips on how to expand your business, and company news.
The COVID-19 mini-budget is out! We list down seven announcements most relevant for businesses in this blog. Check it out:
If you borrow money to inject into your company, you can claim tax relief for the interest you pay. But not all borrowing or interest qualifies and there are pitfalls that can cause you to lose the tax relief. How can you avoid these problems?
With the coronavirus pandemic likely to negatively affect nearly all businesses in some way, your focus will no doubt be on how to ensure the business continues to have enough cash to survive. What should you be looking at?