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Smith Cookson is a firm of Chartered Accountants based in Hucknall, Nottingham offering accounts, taxation and business advisory and support services to a wide range of businesses and individuals.
Whatever your needs, we can help. Smith Cookson is a firm of Chartered Accountants based in Nottingham offering accounts, taxation and business advisory and support services to a wide range of businesses and individuals.
At Smith Cookson we provide a cost-effective, high value solution to meet all of your financial needs. We don't use jargon but we do work hard to get to know you in order to deliver timely, individual advice on how to improve your business and personal wealth.
To find out more about how we can help you and your business click here for an overview of our services. To find out more about us click here. To access a wealth of information visit our resource centre or view our free factsheets.
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Supplying a comprehensive range of financial and business support services and ongoing strategic advice. A professional, personal, effective solution to all of your day-to-day accounting needs...
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06 Sep 2023
The UK's annual inflation rate fell to 6.8% in July, down from 7.9% in June, according to the latest data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
The UK is set for five years of lost economic growth, according to research from think tank the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (NIESR).
More than a third of English households will see higher energy bills this winter than they did last winter, according to research published by the Resolution Foundation.