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Keelings is a firm of Chartered Certified Accountants whose directors have elected to remain independent. This enables us to concentrate our efforts where they are most valued by our clients by offering close personal attention and responsive solutions.
Our range of services includes the following:
In addition to the services listed we have specialist knowledge of and provide services to the following establishments:
Since Keelings' establishment in 1902, we have strived to maintain our modern, progressive outlook.
Our independence, size and philosophy enable us to develop the close personal relationships and professionalism that our staff and clients value.
We are distinctive for our size in having developed a series of specialisations that are typically available only in larger practices, to complement and extend our range of traditional accountancy services.
Keelings is pleased to offer a range of services with our assurance of:
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08 Nov 2021
On 27 October, Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered a Budget to ensure the UK economy bounces back following the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
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