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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Throughout the pandemic, we have successfully operated as a firm with the majority of our staff working from home. We have now opened our offices to allow access where this is deemed necessary, although not all of our employees will be in daily attendance. Our teams can easily be contacted by email or telephone, and we continue to offer online meetings via Microsoft Teams or Zoom. If you would like a face-to-face meeting or want to come into one of our offices to drop off or collect paperwork, please get in touch with your usual contact in advance to arrange this.

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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?

Mounting a defence in the ransomware war

Ransomware attacks are escalating – it’s a criminal industry already worth billions and it’s only going to get worse.

Our international partner, Baker Tilly International, examines how best to prepare.

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14 ways to make Capital Gains Tax simpler and fairer

In its second report on Capital Gains Tax (CGT) the Office for Tax Simplification (OTS) has highlighted fourteen areas where the tax could easily be made simpler, fairer and easier to understand.

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Proposed reform to the period of taxation for sole traders and partnerships

HMRC has recently put forward proposals to reform the way in which the tax basis period is calculated for the self-employed and partnerships.

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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

Businesses need stability from government, says MHA Moore and Smalley tax expert

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MHA Moore and Smalley provides transactional tax advice to Wheelbase as JD Sports Fashion take a majority stake

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MHA Moore and Smalley advises on sale of Lancashire e-commerce software business

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