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Dingle Herring & Company Limited is a video production company started in 2017 by two friends keen to use their expertise and set up their own business.
They wanted to form a company tax-efficiently and also set up financial systems to record and report their business finances accurately and promptly.
We began working with them from the very start, helping them set up effective financial systems as well as dealing with their statutory accounts and tax returns. Our experience in helping clients start a business, together with our accounting and tax expertise helped them to build a healthy turnover, starting from zero, while managing their cash carefully.
Eventually, they were able to build a very healthy turnover in the first year and then grew it by 55% by the end of the second year, doubling their profits along the way.
HFM has been an integral part of our business from the start. They helped us get our business off the ground, both with accounting and with crucial, business and financial advice. All processes have been simplified for us, which has allowed us to focus on driving our business and doing what we do best.
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Tax Return Deadline Extended
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