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Established for over 100 years, Thorne Lancaster Parker is one of London’s leading independent accountancy practices.
We provide a wide range of accountancy and advisory services, and will work closely with you to provide a service that is tailored to your individual needs.
At Thorne Lancaster Parker we deal with a variety of businesses, with clients ranging from AIM listed clients, unquoted public limited companies in both service and manufacturing sectors to partnerships and sole traders.
The practice has also built up a substantial expertise in the entertainment sector.
Such a diverse client base is unusual and gives us an important competitive edge – a wealth of experience and expertise which ultimately benefits all of our clients.
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15 Feb 2019
HMRC has estimated that around 700,000 couples are 'missing out' on the Marriage Allowance, which could save them up to £238 in tax.
14 Feb 2019
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has published a list of 20 'unanswered, critical questions' in relation to a 'no deal' Brexit scenario.
13 Feb 2019
In a new report, economic think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has suggested that Chancellor Philip Hammond will be required to spend 'billions more' in order to end austerity.