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Ritsons is a leading independent practice of accountants and business advisers with offices throughout the North of Scotland.
Established in 1909, we have a wealth of experience and a proven track record in working with clients to help them meet everyday challenges such as general accountancy, book-keeping, credit control, PAYE, taxation, pensions and VAT.
Please take some time to explore our website. It contains a wide range of guides offering tax, financial and business information, which we trust you will find useful.
To discuss how we can assist you further, or to arrange an initial consultation, please contact us.
We look forward to hearing from you.
We prepare accounts for all types of business, from sole traders to partnerships and limited companies.
Ritsons can perform your auditing and financial analysis with a minimum of fuss and maximum efficiency and accuracy.
By taking the time to set objectives and develop strategies to achieve them, the opportunities for success are greatly enhanced.
The Companies Act places strict obligations on companies to submit the required documents according to deadlines.
We can help you to secure the essential deals for your business.
Let us relieve you of the time consuming process of administering payroll, allowing you to get on with what you do best - running your business.
We deal with the routine matters of business tax, PAYE, National Insurance and VAT.
We can help ensure that your personal wealth is managed as tax-efficiently as possible.
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17 Jan 2020
In a new report, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has stated that businesses must take action now to tackle climate change.
16 Jan 2020
HMRC has issued guidance on recognising genuine Revenue contact and phishing emails.
15 Jan 2020
According to a study carried out by the Trades Union Congress (TUC), UK average household debt is now higher than during the 2008 financial crisis.