About MHA Moore and Smalley

We are a leading independent provider of accounting, business advisory and wealth management services. We have offices in Preston, Blackpool, Southport, Lancaster, Kendal, Manchester, Liverpool and East Midlands. We have over 300 partners and staff providing trusted advice to clients across the UK. We are also part of a global network of firms, helping clients with international trade matters.

 

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The MHA Moore and Smalley Way

Trusted thinking is at the heart of everything we do. Underpinning our firm is an intuition for outstanding client service, a thirst for continuous improvement and a natural instinct to do the right thing. That makes us a trusted choice for clients, a trusted employer for our people and a trusted partner for our intermediaries.

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Our Services

Find out more about the full range of accountancy and advisory services we provide to large corporates, owner managed businesses and individuals.

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Our Sectors

Our specialist sector teams are experts in their field and are here to offer the best possible advice and share their industry knowledge.

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Insights

Have you seen our latest news, knowledge posts and publications?

Retirement matters

Whilst some people may want to carry on working indefinitely, most of us will be looking forward to the day when we can stop work, retire and enjoy the lifestyle that we had hoped for.

If you are thinking about taking your pension benefits – whether you want to stop work completely or intend to carry on working full or part time, you will have a range of different options open to you. Our blog series on retirement will help you make those important decisions.

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Valuations in the SME sector in a post Covid world…

When looking at valuing a business, there are generally three key constituents to understand in arriving at an Equity Value.

In our latest blog Andy Feeke looks at what you need to consider if you are valuing your business during the current Covid-19 pandemic.

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Customs Warehousing

Are you aware of what can happen to Customs Warehousing in a no-deal brexit?

From the 1st January 2021, importing goods into the UK for onward supply to the EU raises the risk of “double-duties”. On the goods entering the UK and again when they are imported into the EU. Unlike VAT, customs duty is non-refundable and is a bottom line cost to the business.

Make sure you’re prepared for the worse by reading our latest insight from Jonathan Main

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Our latest events

From seminars and networking breakfast mornings to conferences and webinars, we provide events all year round to keep you updated on the latest business news and advice.

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Latest news

North West construction sector: stamina and persistence required to maintain Covid recovery

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Extension of Covid business loans welcomed but “approval rates need boosting”, says advisor

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Corporate finance team advises on MBO at automotive parts business

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