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In today’s complex financial and business world Gooch Maloney was set up in 1981 to help small and medium sized businesses manage their personal and business finances.

 

Whether it is traditional tax compliance and accounting services or business advisory services, your personal self assessment return or your company’s strategic business plan, we approach the task based on personality as well as strategy – we want to find out about you as much as we want to find out about your business.

 

We currently have 3 partners and 5 staff. This unusually low partner to staff ratio allows us to provide a very direct personal service with the partner actively involved in the work rather than the more hierarchical structure with juniors, seniors, supervisors, managers and partners that many of our competitors use.

 

We believe that this offers you a far higher level of service both in terms of quality and speed as the partner is often able to deal with questions and issues and take decisions immediately.

 

We know that you are busy so our intention is to help you implement practical and workable solutions. We don’t want to add to your work-load, we want to make your organisation run more smoothly.

 

Our client base is primarily local as we like to see our clients in person, but word has spread so we have clients from the Isle of Wight to Isle of Bute. Although we are in constant touch with our clients by phone and by email, if at all possible, we find that regular meetings can be so much more fruitful – it is amazing how many tax saving strategies have been devised simply because we know our clients well.

 

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