Dominic Hill is a firm of Chartered Accountants and Statutory Auditors
Our firm covers Sussex, Surrey, Kent and Hampshire. We assist people from other countries who have interests in our area.
Our team specialise in all aspects of:
- personal tax
- business tax
- business advice
- Quickbooks training
- Xero training
- investment advice
A Personal Service
Do you need assistance with your personal finances as well as for operating small, medium or large businesses? After we assess a person`s needs, we then structure their business and finances to suit them. Some of our clients have been with us over the last twenty years and have trusted us with all their accountancy requirements.
Because of our vast experience with businesses, we are able to work with a great many clients from a wide variety of trades and professions.
We are Statutory Auditors
As well as being Chartered Accountants in Eastbourne, we are also Statutory Auditors. This allows us to carry out independent audits on Limited Companies and other organisations.
What`s the Secret to our Success?
Working with people and businesses from different backgrounds, at varying stages in their business ventures, yet treating each one of them as individuals is the secret to our success. A personal and tailored service to everyone. Dominic Hill offer an affordable, professional, approachable and reliable service.
Want to Find Out More?
Please contact us for a free first meeting and free parking all day.
Do fill in our CONTACT PAGE for a call back, or call directly on 01323 649509 to arrange a meeting.
From our offices in Eastbourne we cover the areas of Brighton, and Hove, Hastings, Lewes, Newhaven, Heathfield, Uckfield, Eastbourne, Tunbridge Wells, Seaford, Haywards Heath, Worthing, Lancing, Hailsham, Bexhill, Shoreham, Burgess Hill, Crowborough, East Grinstead, Crawley and Tonbridge as well as other surrounding locations in Sussex, Surrey, Kent and Hampshire.
We do not outsource our work
We are a training employer; we develop local talent
We provide training to those leaving higher education