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Two Bury accountants merge firms




Gabby Hammond and Andrew Ford merged their accountancy businesses to form Hammond Ford and Co ANL-150505-151330001
Gabby Hammond and Andrew Ford merged their accountancy businesses to form Hammond Ford and Co ANL-150505-151330001

Two former colleagues who decided to go it alone in accountancy have joined forces to create a joint practice.

Having worked together, Gabby Hammond and Andrew Ford set up successful individual firms, but they have now decided the time is right to strengthen their business by teaming up. They opened Hammond Ford and Co in Northgate Business Centre, Bury St Edmunds.

Gabby said: “Our aim is to help save tax and take care of all accounting and taxation compliance requirements, ensuring that our clients valuable time can be spent where it is needed most.

“We are committed to developing an individual approach to each of our clients and offering straightforward advice.”

Andrew has spent nearly 10 years as a financial accountant and tax consultant, serving clients across the UK after training in Cambridge and Suffolk. Specialising in HMRC enquiries and tax compliance, Andrew helps save time and money for his clients by providing personal accountancy and taxation advice for SME’s, owner-managed businesses and private individuals.

Gabby is a qualified certified accountant with over 20 years’ experience, who trained at Price Bailey Accountants and Grant Thornton. She moved to a local firm where she continued specialising in small owner-managed business and individuals.



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