Chartered Chichester Accountants

The Chichester Accountants for New Businesses and Small Enterprise

Established as Chichester accountants in 1967, Evans Weir specialises in providing accounting advice and business support to start-ups, sole traders, charities, partnerships and Limited companies in Hampshire and Sussex.

A friendly and professional service at sensible rates

We operate from conveniently located offices in Chichester and a satellite office just north of Portsmouth. As a business we pride ourselves on providing a friendly and professional accounts service at sensible rates. Here at Evans Weir we believe in maintaining close working relationships with our clients so that we can act proactively for the benefit of their businesses.

A team of experienced accountants, tax specialists and bookkeepers

As well as having a team of experienced and highly qualified accountants, tax specialists and bookkeepers, we are also a recognised training centre for apprentices. By working with the company throughout their career, our team build strong and lasting knowledge of our clients businesses and personal needs. We are ICAEW (The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales) chartered accountants.

A full range of accounting and business advisory services

At Evans Weir we offer a full range of accounting and advisory services including business planning, accountancy and bookkeeping, management accounts, business and personal taxation, self-assessment, payroll and company secretarial services. We are also a strategic partner for Kashflow, the perfect accounting solution for every start up and small business.

If you are looking for Chichester accountants that will help you start and build a successful business, you have come to the right place.

Accounting Software

To help our clients run their businesses more efficiently, we are strategic partners for Kashflow, a leading software solution for new, small and growing companies.

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