Gary Perrens is a TaxAssist Accountant who offers clients a personal service. Clients benefit from the core accountancy services plus other additional services which help clients build their business and gain good contacts locally.

TaxAssist Accountants offer:

1) Personal Service - Visiting clients at home or business in or out of normal working hours, both for initial meetings and collection of books etc.

2) Customer Satisfaction - Business standards in place to ensure deadlines always met and clients always happy.

3) Value for money - An agreed fixed price, no hidden charges or surprises and the option to pay monthly with no interest charges.

In summary, providing a high quality, fast reliable service at a competitive price.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • ACA

Serviced Areas

  • Sudbury, Bury St Edmunds, Long Melford, Acton

Payment Options

  • Cash, Cheque, Direct debit, Invoice

Contact Details

  City Sudbury
  Postcode CO10 2ZX
  Address South Suffolk Business Centre, Alexandra Road
  Phone Number 017 8769 9141

Customer Testimonials

We have found Gary Perrens to be very professional and personable. Gary takes a personal interest in our business and in any on-going projects. He is always available for advice as and when we need it. We certainly feel comfortable dealing with Gary and would definitely recommend him and his service to any individual or business requiring an accountant.

Fantastic service, Gary was able to help me claim some tax back I didn't even know I was owed. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend.

Gary is a great asset to our business. Gary has partnered with our Directors to help ensure that our accountancy and book-keeping is managed in the most up to date and efficient manner. Gary is very easy to work with and highly responsive to our queries. Gary provides a hands on support service.

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