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WELCOME TO HAMMETT SPIRE
Hammett Spire are accountants in Exeter and Seaton predominantly serving Devon and the SouthWest, but with clients throughout the UK. We provide exceptional accounts preparation, taxation, audit and advisory services geared towards owner-managed businesses, SMEs and individuals.
Hammett Spire are part of the next generation of accountancy firms, run by business people for business people. Our partners know what it is like to run a business, as they have first hand experience of it. They have also gained significant experience as a result of helping clients face a multitude of challenges. This experience could be invaluable in assisting you with those challenges you may yet have to face.
Commerciality and the personal service you would expect from a smaller firm, but with the knowledge and range of services gained from experience in a larger practice.
We believe we offer a refreshingly positive accountancy service centred around the following principles:
- Genuine interest in your business
- Support throughout the year
- Thinking rather than just processing
- Talking your language, not jargon
- Value for money, clear pricing and payment plans
Please have a look through our website and hopefully you will get a flavour of the way we do things at Hammett Spire. If you can relate to what we are saying then why not request a meeting?