Where Quality and Service Matter
Taylor and Davis Ltd, trading as Taylor Davis, provide quality accounting and taxation services to individuals, partnerships, organisations and limited companies.
The philosophy of the firm is to give direct, meaningful and personal service to all our clients. At Taylor Davis we put the needs of the client above all other considerations, and this means that we always listen to clients before offering professional service. We aim to provide a personal, friendly and approachable service to all our clients.
To maintain our professional edge we follow three axioms:
- State of the art computers and programmes designed specifically for the Accountancy Profession
- Established management operating procedures based on the teachings of ISO9000
- All staff are committed to quality and an ethic of zero defects
Highlights from the February 2017 budget Tax-free personal allowance will be increased to £11,850 in April 2018. High rate tax threshold will be increased to £46,350 Stamp duty abolished for...
The team at TaylorDavis are proud to welcome Reuben John Benedict Cairo Davis. Born on the morning of Friday 13 October, Reuben has already made a colourful entrance to the World. Many...
Tim and Sam Davis successfully completed the Colchester Half Marathon on Sunday 12 March 2017. They both finished within 1 minute 4 seconds of each other with times of 2 hours 5 minutes and 2...
The Team at Taylor Davis have successfully abstained from all alcohol for the whole of January, the most stressful, busy and toughest time of year for accountants, all in support of Nat's...
According to a recent report in the Telegraph, the HMRC are about to switch on a new 'super-computer' system that pulls together data from numerous sources, which goes way beyond just looking at...
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