Chartered Accountants, Huddersfield
Welcome to the home of Revell Ward, we are a firm of Chartered Accountants, based in Huddersfield.
Our professional services will help you to be compliant and grow your business. At Revell Ward we pride ourselves on offering a quality service that suits you and your business needs.
With many years of experience we are confident you will appreciate the quality of our service and the knowledge we share.
We offer two distinct areas of service, compliance services offering;
Business Advice and Strategic Services:
WHY we are different…
We start with the answer to… WHY?
WHY are you doing this? – what is the end game
WHY you need to put a value on time? – most people work to live not live to work
WHY you need to free up the thinking time – entrepreneurs work best when they are free
WHY you should maximise your family’s wealth – WHY pay more tax than you need to?
We focus on working with business owners who are ready to answer the question as to WHY?
Our typical client tends to be an entrepreneur in their mid-forties or older, having experienced rapid learning and progression through their 20’s and 30’s and having consolidated and matured during their 30’s and 40’s with the typical family and work pressures and have got to the stage of wondering what next and where is my business going – WHAT/WHO AM I DOING THIS FOR? WHY oh WHY….
Before you go any further why not try something daring and take the plunge into a whole new accounting experience. It’s our job to ensure your work life balance is in-tact and that you reap the rewards you deserve.
At Revell Ward “We’re not just men in suits” and we aim to dispel the image of the stereotypical accountant. 75% of our main Board are women – now that’s progressive and way ahead of the national target for PLC’s!
The focus should never be on the cost of doing something – but more on the cost of NOT doing something. If you could only spare half a day and that half a day cost you £800 but could make you £8,000 – you wouldn’t hesitate to spend it – would you?