VA Accountancy
  • Coldharbour Mill
    United Kingdom
    EX15 3EE
VA Accountancy based in Mid Devon provides a full range of accountancy, bookkeeping and tax services to businesses large and small all around Exeter, Devon and beyond. VA Accountancy is headed up by Verity Aldridge who has more than 10 years experience and who is also happy to provide a personal service to individuals too.

VA Accountancy’s main aim is to provide a realistic, pro-active approach to accounts and tax matters, without the fear of unknown charges. Having spent many years in a large firm Verity understands that ‘one size’ doesn’t fit all and works with clients to put together a personalised package to suit their needs. 

VA Accountancy was established in 2015 by Verity Aldridge to provide individuals and businesses in Exeter and across Devon with jargon free accounts and tax advice. Having spent over 10 years working in practice and industry, Verity gained a vast knowledge which she now applies to her clients, offering practical advice for their businesses and suggesting tax mitigation strategies.


VA Accountancy works with clients to develop processes to make the administration and financial aspects of running a business less daunting, this in turn allows clients to concentrate on running their business.


VA Accountancy can deal with all of your day to day bookkeeping or just the end of year tax return – they can be as involved as you need and the great thing is they are always on hand to offer advice along the way.


VA Accountancy provide quotes for all work undertaken and offer clients the option to spread the cost of their work over monthly payments, dependant on the service(s) required.


VA Accountancy can work with you and your business to streamline your affairs, reduce the time spent on admin and client’s usually see the benefit of more time to concentrate on their business and reduced accountancy fees – get in touch to see how VA Accountancy can help you. 

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