Leigh Saxton Green LLP
6th Floor | Mutual House  |  70 Conduit Street  |  London  |  W1S 2GF
T: +44 (0) 20 7486 5553
enquiries@lsg-ca.co.uk

Our Services


 
 

Accountancy & Bookkeeping

Running a business involves completing a substantial amount of time-consuming paperwork.
Leigh Saxton Green offers a comprehensive range of bookkeeping services, setting you free from this paperwork and administration.

If you would prefer to maintain your own books and records, but are uncertain how to start, we will help you by setting up your books correctly and going through the first entries with you.

If you require ongoing assistance with bookkeeping, then we can provide this service, either on a manual or a computerised basis, to be performed either at your offices or at our firm's address.

In addition, we can prepare detailed management accounts on a monthly, or quarterly, basis, as well as full statutory financial statements at the year end.

We will discuss, as well as prepare, the financial information with you so as to ensure that you are aware of all of the ramifications of the figures, thereby assisting your decision making.

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Other services

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Business advisory 

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Tax planning

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VAT services 

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Corporate finance

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Payroll

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Outsourcing


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    Leigh Saxton Green

Unlike most other firms of Accountants, our Partners lead the delivery of all services offered by the firm, so as to ensure that clients benefit from the more-comprehensive...LEARN MORE >

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Through tax planning, we aim to minimise clients' tax liabilities and the administrative burdens of tax compliance, thereby maximising the client's potential wealth. LEARN MORE >

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We can help with all aspects of starting up your own business, including the key decision of what vehicle you should use. Should this be a limited company, a sole tradership... LEARN MORE >