Crawfords Accountants is one of the oldest independent accounting firms in Manchester. However, we’re not just number crunchers, we are also business advisors who understand that practical problems demand practical solutions.
Our accountants identify with everyday business issues and we talk fluent common sense to help you build business success. It’s this simple, no nonsense philosophy that embodies the Crawfords Culture.
Based in Salford, Manchester, we’ve quietly carved a reputation as the end-to-end accountancy solution in the North West. We offer accounting services from business planning through to tax advice, auditing and commercial fraud. We work closely with our clients – which span from start ups through to Plcs – to identify how we can help you run the most profitable business possible.
Whether you’re in need of a full business overhaul or if the admin of bookkeeping and payroll is keeping you from the important business of focussing on growing your business – Crawfords can provide accounting services to suit you.
Regular outgoings such as rent payments, mortgages and utility bills are a fundamental consideration in the accounting Manchester residents and businesses carry out month by month. But with several tariffs about to come to an end, the city’s billpayers are predicted to be the worst hit in the country by the resultant hike in charges. [...]
Doctors work hard to provide a good home life for their family, and with the help of specialist healthcare accounting, we can ensure your children’s education is factored into your living costs for the future. With tuition fees rising year after year, the cost of going to university is now far higher than most people [...]
The phrase ‘starter home’ is about to become a technical term, and here our Manchester property accountants explain why – and how it could be good news for first-time buyers. Until now of course, a ‘starter home’ has been an informal term used to refer to first-time buyers’ property, and to the first steps out [...]
Our property accountants in Manchester city centre understand the impact football can have on house prices, particularly in the areas closest to the city’s major clubs. But of course there’s a big difference between the clubs’ current homes – Old Trafford, home to Manchester United, opened in 1910, whereas the Etihad Stadium has only been [...]