About Quantic UK
Making the most of your money
As part of the Bright Group we have over 11 years experience behind us, experience that we love to share. With Quantic UK you get the benefit of having your very own Personal Accountant who will work pro-actively for you to ensure that you are maximising your take-home pay at every opportunity.
Balancing your books and ensuring that your company is legislatively compliant is only a small part of what we do. Making sure you get pro-active advice and ensuring that your company is running as tax efficiently as possible is what makes us really worth having on board.
At Quantic UK we employ a wide range of skilled accountants (whether ACA, ACCA, CIMA, or AAT) and we pride ourselves on the strength of our teams. Constantly looking for new ways to improve our service delivery and new ways that we can save our clients money are attributed to our outstanding reputation throughout the industry.
With a service designed around the needs of the freelancer and the contractor, Quantic UK intend to provide the most complete, pro-active, and trusted accountancy service available throughout the whole of the UK.
Quantic UK has one purpose above all else; to shake up the accountancy industry. Gone are the days of an accountant earning their living by just completing the paper work, today it is all about delivering pro-active advice and maximising clients’ returns. Through a combination of innovative procedures, experience, and hard work, we look to build lasting relationships with our clients’ and maximise their take-home pay at every opportunity.
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