Streets Chartered Accountants
Streets' Cambridge office looks after the accountancy, audit, tax, VAT and business advisory needs of those in the property sector, third sector, not-for-profit organisations, owner-managed businesses, professional firms and partnerships, including LLPs.
|Address:||Charter House, 62-64 Hills Road, Cambridge|
We aim to help our clients attain their goals through providing a range of services and expertise that supports them in their endeavours.
Our clients include owner managed and family businesses, corporate entities, professionals, public and third sector organisations and high net worth individuals.
Our clients’ success comes about through:
- A personalised and partner led approach to client affairs
- The timely and efficient way in which we work
- Understanding client’s individual needs
- Specialist knowledge of the sectors in which our clients operate
- Providing proactive advice and support to help our clients attain their goals
- Providing advice and ideas on saving tax
- Helping clients to cut through red tape so as to free their time
James Pinchbeck, a Partner with Streets Chartered Accountants, comments on today's Spring Statement.
13 March 2018Read in full
Initial post Budget comment seems to have focused on the abolition of stamp duty land tax for first time buyers on homes up to £300,000 and up to £500,000 in London. Whilst undoubtedly this is more than welcome for those looking to get on the property ladder, will it make buying your first home more achievable?
23 November 2017Read in full
Leading Cambridge accountancy, taxation and business advisory firm, Streets Chartered Accountants, is delighted to announce that Richard Moor is rejoining the firm as a Partner. Having originally qualified with Streets, Richard has more recently been in practice with a Peterborough-based firm.
12 April 2017Read in full
The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, gave what was his first and last Autumn Statement. This time next year the Autumn Statement will become the Autumn Budget, with the first Spring Statement in 2018.
24 November 2016Read in full