We are a small firm of Chartered Accountants. The principal, Francis Hughes, supported by a small dedicated team of professionals, has been working for over 30 years to provide clients with a personalised service.
We use modern technology and cloud-based software such as Xero and Quickbooks to enable us to work in partnership with our clients in an effective and efficient way.
Hughes Collett is a firm of Chartered Accountants based in East Molesey, Surrey, located near Hampton Court Palace.
Hughes Collett is an accounting practice which, in addition to offering the services you would expect from a standard accounting practice, also offers bespoke Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax planning tailored to the requirements of high net worth individuals and older clients, with a specialisation in the specific needs of widows and widowers.
We are also licensed to offer non contentious probate and estate administration services although we are only offering the probate service to existing clients of the firm.
The firm believes in providing professional, personalised solutions to our clients. This is achieved by developing strong long term relationships with clients, understanding their needs, and respecting that each client has a unique set of circumstances.
Hughes Collett is the trading name of Hughes Collett Ltd.
Registered in England and Wales. Company No. 3238467
Registered Office as below
Licensed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales to carry out the reserved legal activity of non-contentious probate in England and Wales.
Details of our probate accreditation can be viewed at https://www.icaew.com/regulation/probate-services/information-for-consumers/icaew-probate-register under reference number C001069901 .
Hughes Collett is a fully inclusive organisation which regularly conducts reviews of its staff, the purpose being to collect evidence to promote an independent, diverse and effective profession.
Click here to view our Diversity Survey Results. We respect that some employees prefer ‘not to say’