About us

Beacons is an accountancy practice based in the historic market town of Wendover the 'Gateway to the Chilterns'.  Beacons was established in 2012 from A.D Parks & Co and has over 30 years experience of growing businesses and offering advice. Over this period we have significantly increased our client base by offering a high level of expertise and experience.

We offer a comprehensive range of services, covering accountancy, audit through to taxation and payroll and specialise in start ups. As a general practice we have the ability to cater to any industry.

In addition, our Director Anthony Parks acts as Deputy under the Court of Protection, for individuals who, due to disability or similar circumstances are unable to look after their own financial affairs. The specialist team have experience in dealing with and handling the financial affairs of people with disabilities.By working closely with our clients and  their families we can ensure effective financial planning.

The team advises those who have affairs monitored by the Public Guardianship Office. We can assist in an application to become a 'Deputy' and offer practical advice during the continuance of the deputyship. We can similarly also become professional deputies ourselves.

We believe in maintaining a close and regular contact with our clients by guiding them through the accounts and financial aspects of their business in a straightforward manner. We offer a personal approach so you always have a face to put to a name and feel at home with us. Clients prefer us because our passion shines through everything that we do. We are dedicated to finding new ways to generate value for our clients. We seek creative and innovative ways to reduce lead time, enhance information transfer processes, reduce costs and strive for operational efficiency.

Our staff benefit from vast experience in many areas of taxation, finance, accountancy and business advice over a wide range of businesses, from corporate clients and property investors, to individuals and smaller companies.

 

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32.5% Corporation Tax on overdrawn directors’ loans
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Tax free health benefits
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There is no requirement for employers to pay tax and National Insurance on certain health benefits covered by tax concessions or exemptions. For example, there is no requirement to

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