There can be a lot to take care of when it comes to managing personal finance. Are you doing everything you can to maximise your income and long-term wealth? Are you keeping your tax liabilities to a minimum?
Whether you’re completing a tax return, planning for your retirement, or making sure your family is well provided for, looking after your finances can be so much less daunting, stressful and time-consuming with our personal accounting service.
How we work
Our friendly personal finance advisers are here and happy to help you, and don’t talk in financial jargon or terms you don’t understand. We feel privileged to look after you and will always go the extra mile for your peace of mind. And we’re always at the end of the phone if you need us.
Your particular circumstances, motivations and goals are unique to you, so we work to get to know you and what you need, so we can support you in the best way. You’ll always know that you have a financial expert working to support your best interests, that your affairs are in safe hands, and you’ll have the freedom to get on with what you want to in life.
Some of the ways our personal accounting service for individuals can help you include:
- Tax self-assessment
- Personal tax planning for your future
- Inheritance tax
- Trusts and executorships
- Retirement strategies and planning
- Inland Revenue investigations
- Trusted accountancy support and advice whenever you need it
The Coronavirus pandemic led Rishi Sunak’s second budget as the UK economy shrank by 10% in 2020...
Chancellor Rishi Sunak on 3rd March unveiled the contents of his Budget in the House of Commons.
Setting out the government’s tax and spending plans for the year ahead, he announced new measures to help business and jobs through the pandemic and to support the UK’s long-term economic recovery.
What clients think
“Foxley Kingham have been looking after my personal and business tax affairs for over ten years, I have always found them very approachable, knowledgeable, and helpful and would not hesitate to recommend them to friend or colleague.”
– Steve Baker