Case Studies

  • AerMach

    Aerospace Engine Management company, AerMach, navigates global take-off with the support of Kilsby Williams. Throughout 2018/2019, we worked with AerMach Ltd, who accommodate high-quality supply chain solutions for the aerospace sector. After being referred, AerMach contacted us to support them with their basic accountancy needs, however our responsibility quickly elevated as AerMach continued to expand. […] ...more

  • Buy and Go Cars

    Over the last year, we worked with car dealer Buy and Go Cars and help accelerate their family-run business. We supported Buy and Go Cars in overseeing their accounts, tax and payroll systems and assisting in obtaining stock finance. This has played a factor in the company’s ability to invest in higher better-quality used cars […] ...more

  • International Convention Centre Wales

    A Newport-based accountancy firm has fought off tough competition to oversee the accounts of one of South Wales’s biggest construction projects, worth over £80m. ...more

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  • New Recruits on the Agenda for Kilsby Williams

    Accountancy and tax expert, Kilsby Williams, has appointed two new members to its business services team as it continues to grow....more

  • Despite fast approaching deadline SMEs underprepared for major tax changes

    A Newport-based accountancy firm has seen a steep rise in enquiries about the Making Tax Digital process ...more

  • Kilsby Williams lands major ICC contract

    A Newport-based accountancy firm has fought off tough competition to oversee the accounts of one of South Wales’s biggest construction projects, worth over £80m....more

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    For some time HMRC have been developing a very powerful computer system designed to identify those people who may have paid too little tax....more

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