Accounting isn’t fun, but we make it as painless as possible.
Valued personal service is also extremely important to us – we offer as little or as much contact & guidance as businesses require – whether this is by email, over the phone or in person.
And finally, price – we do not send clients large one-off invoices at the end of the year. Instead, we set a manageable monthly direct debit making sure clients do not get any nasty surprises or cash flow problems.
Contact us now to discuss your needs.
Where are we based?
Gold Stag Accounts is based in the historic market town of Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire. West of the M11 motorway on the county boundary with Essex and a stone’s throw from London Stansted Airport.
Our office is located at the old monastery in Bishop’s Stortford. The building was originally built in the 17th century and was converted for use as a monastery in the early 1900’s. The nuns left the monastery in 1989 and the Redemptorists Fathers withdrew from the church in 1994. They were replaced by a priest appointed by the diocese.
The monastery’s original entrance in Windhill leads to a small quadrangle, now called The Courtyard, and since 1994 part of the building has been home to the Town Council, Tourist Information Centre and more recently, other small businesses such as ourselves!
We serve most of our clients remotely so location doesn’t matter but you’re always welcome to pop in for coffee and biscuits if you’re passing!
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