Welcome To Pearson Buchholz

Welcome to Pearson Buchholz, a firm of Chartered accountants based in Oxfordshire. Our friendly and professional advisors specialise in private and corporate clients, offering a full range of financial services to meet all your accountancy needs.

We strive to maintain our excellent standards in customer care, punctuality and integrity across all our services. No one knows corporate accountancy like we do; for all your private financial advisory needs, choose Pearson Buchholz today and let us help you.

About Us

WE ARE A XERO GOLD PARTNER PRACTICE

We’re certified partners of the outstanding Xero online accounting platform, an online cloud-based solution for small, medium and large businesses.

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The Pearson Buchholz Way

Watch our video to find out what makes us different and stand out from our competitors. At Pearson Buchholz we believe in going the extra mile for our clients and our dedicated and motivated team are always willing to help. 

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Meet Our Directors

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Lynne F Buchholz LLB FCA CTA

Lynne Buchholz is the Managing Partner of Pearson Buchholz. Her role is to manage the development of the Taxation department.

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Ian M Woollard ACA

Ian trained as a Chartered Accountant with the firm back in 2004. Since then Ian has gained a wealth of corporate and commercial experience and now is Director of the Business Services department.

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Ian J Hudson FCCA

Ian became a Chartered Certified Accountant back in 2000. He became a director in May 2008 and his role within the company is to oversee the smooth running of the Accounts department.

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Samantha J Daniels FCA

Samantha qualified as a Chartered Accountant and was appointed as Audit partner back in September 1999. Since then Samantha has gained a vast amount of experience and knowledge in this area. She now manages the Audit and Accountancy department at Pearson Buchholz.

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Recent News

Autumn Statement 2016

In the Autumn Statement the new chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced changes to tax rates that will affect a number of individuals and businesses. Since the last Autumn Statement there have been significant changes to British politics with Brexit dominating the headlines and rightly so. Philip Hammond has stated that, by this time next year, the process of Brexit will have begun. During this process, we will be ready to advise you on changes to legislation and how these will effect your personal or business finances. For now though, the Autumn Statement shows changes to: Income Tax Rates and Allowances Tax Efficient Investments Child Benefit National Insurance Contributions Employee Vehicle Benefits Working and Child Tax Credit To find out more about these changes and how they will impact you download our autumn statement... read more

Buy-To-Let: The Basics

Our Tips For Buy-To-Let There are many reasons as to how you might have become a landlord. You may have inherited the house from a family member or perhaps you have paid off your mortgage and decided to let out your former home. If this is the case, it is important that you are aware that from 1 April 2016 you will need to pay an extra 3% Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) charge when you acquire a second home without disposing of the first property. To make sure you are aware of all the advantages and disadvantages of letting out residential property in the UK (including furnished holiday accommodation) we have put together a brief guide.   Download our guide here. (Please note: we do not cover the letting of commercial properties in this guide but we are happy to advise on that area of investment on an individual... read more

Budget 2016

On March 17th, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced his plans for spending in the 2016 spring budget. This summary covers the key tax changes announced in the Chancellor’s speech and includes tables of the main rates and allowances. Download our summary free... read more