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About Us

At Mander Duffill our aim is to provide the best possible service to all clients.
We look to form close and long term relationships with clients to ensure we provide meaningful and forward looking advice. We help our clients grow their businesses and realise their full business potential. As a firm, we are on our clients’ side, using our collective insight, experience and instinct to understand and advise on complex issues.
We are focused on making a difference to clients, colleagues and the community in which we live and work.

Our History

Mander Duffill was established in Chippenham, Wiltshire over 70 years ago. Over the years we have evolved and adapted to new technologies and business practices. As the business world has changed around us so the services we offer to clients have changed dynamically and increased. We are now a team of over 60 and are proud to have helped many clients build successful and long term businesses.

Award winning Training and Development

We are proud winners of The Princess Royal Training Award 2017, a prestigious award that recognises companies which demonstrate their ability to create lasting impact by successfully linking their skills development needs to their business models.  One of 40 recipients, the Princess Royal Training Award was granted in recognition of the Apprentice Scheme which takes local school leavers and transforms them into confident accountants.  Find out more here

 

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4 September 2018

Mander Duffill Community Day

Members of the firm volunteered to go to The Rise Children’s Centre in Chippenham. Mander Duffill wanted to make an impact for a local and worthy cause and felt that ... Read more

10 August 2018

eNews – August 2018

In this month’s eNews we report on Making Tax Digital for VAT and the Bank of England interest rate rise. Meanwhile the Scotland Parliament introduces a tax relief for first-time ... Read more

10 July 2018

eNews – July 2018

In this month’s Enews we report on the Supreme Court’s ruling on workers’ rights and the latest guidance from HMRC for employers. We also consider the latest tax gap figures ... Read more