Acquisition of Count Accountancy in Kilmarnock
In November 2015, Nicolson Accountancy joined with Count Accountancy to be able to prove a better accountancy and tax service to all our clients in Kilmarnock and Ayrshire.
In November 2016 we expanded and purchased our new office in the centre of Kilmarnock at 71 King Street, KA1 1PT (opposite Boots in the precinct). The phone number remains unchanged.
Nicolson Accountancy aim to help clients grow by providing simple but effective business advice to growing businesses, and the full range of services that all our clients expect from a full service accountancy practice.
We also help taxpayers sent their tax returns – no matter how complex or simple – for a fixed fee in a fixed timescale and with the highest possible quality of tax advice to every client.
Getting to our office
There is plenty of parking around our office in the car parks at Marks and Spencer and at Boots/Wilko and around the corner at the St Marnock car park, beside the Sheriff Court. There is all day parking in the car park beside the bus station and it is only £1 for the entire day on the top two floors.
We are also near Kilmarnock train station, and it is a short walk down the pedestrianised King Street to our offices.
We will build on the high level of service proved by the teams in Glasgow, Stornoway and in Count Accounting to give an entirely personal service to all our clients.
Please keep in touch with us – in person, by phone, email or letter, or via Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to find out how we can offer a wider range of services to you and your colleagues. You can also download our free TaxApp for Apple and Android to keep you up to date on tax rates and tax payment dates.
Angus & Sue look forward to working with you in the coming months and years, and to visiting all our clients in the Kilmarnock area.
Glasgow: 0141 237 3878
Kilmarnock: 01563 578900
Stornoway: 01851 700362
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