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01923 624111 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our priority is to deliver first class client service
Business Orchard was originally established in 1979 by Howard Rissen, more recently as Business Orchard LLP. The practice has grown, and new partners joined the firm in 2014. Our clients love us because we solve their problems, take away the day to day finance hassle and know they can ask us for advice which is covered in our fixed fees.
We meet with our clients on a regular basis to monitor their business and provide proactive advice.
In addition to traditional auditing, 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 here to help you achieve your goals. We also provide full outsourcing for your business and can act as back office.
Howard is a champion jet skier and qualified as a chartered accountant in 1976. If Carlsberg made an accountant...
Daniel is an avid Chelsea supporter. With a huge vinyl collection and you can often find him at all sorts of gigs. He is learning the guitar and is very useful in pub quiz music rounds.
Sian is a champion boxer, she is nearly a chartered accountant, just a few more bouts in the exam room left.
Leanne is a marathon runner and counting the miles to her professional qualification as a chartered accountant. We are confident that she will not hit the wall until she gets there.
Helen is our Payroll Manager and when she’s not making sure you’re getting paid on time she loves the arts and enjoys fine food & drink. She is also currently studying towards the CIPP Foundation Degree in Payroll Management.
If you have a tax or business problem you need sorting out talk to us on 01923 624111.
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