Hello & welcome

We are a friendly firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Start-up Specialists based in the North West although we have clients throughout the country.

Holland & Co was established in 1986 and have built up the reputation we have today through providing each and every client with quality accounting services and proactive business advice.

So why choose Holland & Co?

  • Experienced advice from a local, friendly firm of accountants
  • Practical examples of accounts and profits
  • Value for money and fixed fees agreed in advance
  • A free initial consultation

…plus, we’ll make sure you don’t pay more tax than you have to!

free 30 minute consultation.

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Our services

Business startup

You want to start a business because you are an entrepreneur with a great idea and the vision to realise it.
And we’re here to help you do just that.

Personal Services

Because we establish a one-to-one relationship with each client we are able to offer timely, individual advice on how to improve your business or personal finances.

Click the button below to see how we can help you with your self assessment tax returns and learn how to pay yours once it is completed.

Corporate tax planning

We can conduct a full tax review of your business and determine the most efficient tax structure for you.

Specialist Services

We have also developed a number of industry specialisms over the years, which enable us to provide finely tuned, highly focused services in these sectors.

Nigel Holland

Latest news

Companies House Guidance

Nigel Holland Coronavirus guidance for Companies House customers How we’ve adapted the way we work to maintain our services for the public and protect the welfare of our employees.Published 18 March 2020Last updated 6 November 2020 — see all updatesFrom:Companies...

Furlough extended until March

Nigel Holland BBC Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed that he will extend the furlough scheme until the end of March. Mr Sunak said the scheme will pay up to 80% of a person's monthly wage. He told the Commons that the government will review the policy in January. It...