Accountants in Wigan

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We are a leading North West accountancy practice located in Standish near Wigan. If you are looking for accountants in Wigan or accountants in Standish, we provide a professional business service to all clients no matter their size. Karen Richardson leads the team . Karen is one of our qualified accountants and a Fellow of the ACCA. The whole team has the combined experience of over 100 years in practice.

McGinty Demack pride ourselves on providing a personalised service, in a manner which is easy to understand. Helping clients by explaining their accounts, tax liabilities, payroll, bookkeeping, and Management Accounts in a cost effective way.

Local people providing a local service – call us now to see how we can help your business or solve your business problems.

All you need to do is call us, or we do reply promptly to your emails.

We agree our fees in advance and we provide expert help and up to date advice on all aspects of new and changing legislation.

Our aim is to provide you with a value for money service. But ensuring a high level of experience. Would you like to learn more about us. MGD, Make Good Decisions, let us help you, call us now.

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IMPORTANT DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

18th July 2020

Class 1A NIC due for 2019/20

18th July 2020

PAYE Student loan and CIS deductions due for the month to 5th July 2020

18th July 2020

PAYE quarterly payments are due for small employers for the pay periods 6th April 2020 to 5th July 2020

30th July 2020

Second payment on account 2019/20 due

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