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We Exceed Expectations We adopt the latest technologies and practices ensuring greater efficiency and effectiveness.
We are Tax Specialists We have the team and resources to help ensure your success.
Trust Us to Help We are always on hand to provide tailored solutions for your business.
Our team has an abundance of experience to ensure you get the right solutions for your business.
We pride ourselves on building our business around your needs.
We will make sure everything is in the right format, in the right place and at the right time.
Our clients always receive the best solution for their tax queries.
We can take up the role or help you recruit the right person for your business.
We focus on providing services that allow our clients to concentrate working on their business.
We can help by installing payroll software and training your staff.
Our company secretarial solutions include incorporations, company formations and much more.
Just bring us your business ideas and we will help you to make them a reality.
Who we are
KPS Chartered Accountants was founded in 2014 by Kyran Smyth. Since then, KPS has evolved and grown through a number of acquisitions, most recently purchasing Tanya Mack & Co in Newcastle, Co Down.
KPS draws upon a lifetime of professional experience to bring a broader vision to the needs of clients. The combination of our specialist tax advisory and digital solutions offering, together with the energetic members of our team, places us in the unique position of being able to offer innovative and creative solutions to the many challenges faced by business and personal clients alike.
The firm has worked to support local businesses across many different sectors – we understand the needs of our business clients and are available to offer clear, concise, and timely advice.
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04 Aug 2022
The Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS) will be relaunched during August 2022 as the government aims to continue supporting recovering small businesses.
The level at which people start paying national insurance rose from 6 July.