As an award-winning accountancy firm in Newark, businesses and individuals can access a wide range of accountancy and advisory services including audit, tax, payroll, HR, probate, IT and business support.
We provide services in and around the Newark-on-Trent area including Farndon, Collingham, Southwell and Lowdham.
Duncan & Toplis has been supporting businesses in Nottinghamshire since it was founded in 1925. The company acquired the practice of Newark accountants, AG Ward & Co in 1985 which was located close to Newark Castle.
A year later, we purchased the former James Hole Brewery offices on London Road which we moved into after three years of extensive refurbishment and restoration work. In 1990, to support our growing team, we acquired and renovated the neighbouring Brewmaster’s House.
We’re proud to have supported the Newark community for more than thirty years through the services we provide to local businesses and through our charitable work.
Many well known Newark brands have benefited from our dedicated financial and business advice and we understand the needs of businesses in the area. We’re passionate about helping businesses and individuals in and around Newark to thrive and overcome any challenges they face.
Through our 11 offices across the East Midlands, Duncan & Toplis provides the dedication and attention to detail of a local practice, but with the level of service, knowledge and expertise of a large firm.
As members of Kreston International, one of the largest networks of accountants in the world, our Newark office can help your business connect with markets and customers around the globe.
Duncan & Toplis proudly holds the title of ICAEW East Midlands Large Accountancy Firm of the Year.
Four accountants and business advisers at Duncan & Toplis have been appointed to some of the top jobs in the company.
Duncan & Toplis, which is one of the largest accountancy and business advice companies in the Midlands, has appointed two new directors and two new associates.
Our head of agriculture, Mark Chatterton, is set to deliver practical guidance for farmers and landowners at Active Business Partnerships’ upcoming ‘Adapt, Survive and Thrive’ seminar in Lincolnshire this month.
Many businesses choose to trade as sole traders or partnerships. Although there are other ways that a business can operate, this is very often an appropriate choice for both new and sometimes longer established concerns who wish to keep their affairs simple. The owners of these businesses will need to report their business profits using their annual self-assessment tax return.
Duncan & Toplis is marking 30 years since moving into the former Castle Brewery offices in Newark by brewing a commemorative beer.