We’ll do everything in our power to help your business grow.
Cowgills isn’t your ordinary accountancy firm. Far from it. While we’re one of the North West’s leading independent firms of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors, we’ve never lost sight of the fact that we work with people, not just numbers.
We get to know you and your business, so we can be a better partner for you to turn to for support and advice to help you grow and succeed.
Sector experience and knowledge
Property and Construction
We have a dedicated specialist team who work solely in the property and construction arena, all day, every day.
Keeping it in the family brings unique challenges and opportunities. We’re here to listen and advise.
We have the expertise in assisting businesses with all their requirements when trading overseas.
Growing & Entrepreneurial
The fastest growing businesses are those that have the entrepreneurial spirit. To be successful you’ll need a partner with the same spirit to get you to where you want to be.
There's more to life at Cowgills than just numbers
We're extremely proud of all the lovely people who make up Cowgills.
Each and every one of our colleagues are amazing in their own right, but together they are what makes Cowgills such a fun and enjoyable place to work.
Our team - across all of our offices - are a tight-knit, talented group with a shared vision of delivering consistently great results for our clients, as well as ensuring Cowgills is a fun, inclusive, challenging place to work.Join us
Why work at Cowgills?
News & Insight
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