At WNJ Chartered Accountants, we pride ourselves on the quality of our advice and our proactive, personal approach to meeting all of your financial and business requirements.
The practice delivers a quality service through its team of highly experienced, forward thinking professionals. By identifying and helping develop new strategic and commercial opportunities, all our clients benefit from WNJ’s range of professional accountancy services and audit, tax, advisory and business support for UK companies.
While the firm has grown significantly since its inception, WNJ’s core values have remained unchanged.
We are not ‘just accountants’ to our clients, reporting tax owed and ensuring compliance annually. We actively look to maximise their financial and business affairs.
Headquartered in the city of Preston, Lancashire, the firm was founded in 1960 from the merger of a number of smaller regional practices whose origins went back more than 100 years. Today, we employ more than 40 staff.
We are proud of our long standing relationships with clients, some whom we have represented since our practice was founded. WNJ’s client profile ranges from multi-million pound turnover public limited companies and substantial family controlled businesses to charities, professional practices, partnerships, sole traders and high net worth individuals.
We serve many UK business sectors including manufacturing, distribution, creative, technical services and tourism.
What one top tip would you give to a business owner embarking on a growth plan?
To gather people around them from day one and to create a network that can give them good, sound advice, support and help.
Why is Lancashire a great place to grow a business?
The ‘can do’ approach of its businesses, a strong and varied SME sector, good communication links and a sense of community.
Why are you backing Boost Business Lancashire?
Because we share its mission to help businesses in Lancashire grow and also the conversations it starts with businesses of all sizes in the county for the good of the economy here.