Where Quality and Service Matter
Taylor and Davis Ltd, trading as Taylor Davis, provide quality accounting and taxation services to individuals, partnerships, organisations and limited companies.
The philosophy of the firm is to give direct, meaningful and personal service to all our clients. At Taylor Davis we put the needs of the client above all other considerations, and this means that we always listen to clients before offering professional service. We aim to provide a personal, friendly and approachable service to all our clients.
To maintain our professional edge we follow three axioms:
- State of the art computers and programmes designed specifically for the Accountancy Profession
- Established management operating procedures based on the teachings of ISO9000
- All staff are committed to quality and an ethic of zero defects
The team at Taylor Davis Accountants, namely Judy, Fay, Adele, Imogen and Emily (last minute stand-in for Jo) have successfully complete the 'marathon distance' London MoonWalk, finishing the walk...
The team at Taylor Davis Accountants will be walking the "full marathon" London "MoonWalk", in aid of 'Walk the Walk', a charity that raises money and awareness about Breast Cancer. The walk...
Changes to the Minimum Wage that will become effective as of 1 April 2019 2018 (current rate) 2019 (new rate) 25 and Over £7.83 £8.21 24 to...
Changes to VAT on Construction in October 2019 HMRC will be making changes to who will be liable for VAT on the supply of construction service in Otober 2019. This change will impact most...
Deadline: 30 September 2018 The Requirement to Correct (RTC) deadline of 30 September 2018 is fast approaching. By this date individuals need to have notified HMRC of any undisclosed offshore tax...
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