Derek Madden & Company are closely monitoring the developing COVID-19 situation. Our priority is to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees, clients and other business contacts, as well as continuing to deliver our services.
We have implemented our remote working policy so we will continue to provide our services to you. The office is currently closed to the public but you can contact any of the team by email or leave us a voicemail (022 51752) and we will call you back. We thank you for your patience.
Welcome to Derek Madden & Company
Derek Madden & Company was established in 2007 and since then we have offered clients a professional, reliable and first-class service. Our team of long serving staff is dedicated to providing clients with a friendly and highly personalised level of service. The company has steadily grown over the years and our lasting client relationships are testament to the level of knowledge and service that we provide.
We devise solutions to meet the challenges that our clients face and above all we provide professional practical advice through our professional service.
We serve a diverse portfolio of clients and industries. Our services include Accounting, Audit, Tax Planning & Compliance, Business Solutions and Impartial Financial Advice.
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You can recieve a FREE initial Consultation. We offer as much advise as we can. You'll recieve a competitive fixed quote normally provided at the meeting for your consultation. The meeting is completely without obligation. IF you already have an accountant, the changover is very simple and we take care of it for you. Please either contact us directly or complete and submit the form below.
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