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About us

Dedicated to delivering a first class client service

Harrisons was established in 1986 and today, we continue to build on our enviable reputation for providing excellent advice and first class service to our business and personal clients alike. The practice has two partners.

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Spring Statement 2019

Details of the Spring Statement. Our summary focuses on the issues likely to affect you.

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Autumn Budget 2018

Details of the Autumn Budget 2018. Our summary focuses on the key issues.

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Mark Magrath

Mark Magrath

Mark joined Harrisons at its inception, becoming a partner in 1987.

Nigel Depper

Nigel Depper

Having trained as Mark’s junior in a previous practice Nigel went on to obtain large firm experience. He joined Harrisons in 1991, becoming a partner the following year.

Between us we look after many clients in the local communities in Christchurch, Bournemouth & surrounding areas, and service businesses, small and large, across many sectors including:

  • the professions;
  • the service sector;
  • the construction industry;
  • manufacturers; and
  • retailers.

As well as general accountancy, audit and tax skills, our partners also have individual specialist skills, which enables us to provide clients with a first class service as and when required. With our wealth of experience we pride ourselves on delivering an unparalleled service to all clients, whatever their size or sector.

In addition to traditional auditing, accounting and tax services we also provide advice on how to improve and develop your business. Whether you need an integrated business strategy, access to corporate finance or specialist tax advice we are here to help you achieve your goals.

Diversity

At Harrisons we aim to build a diverse and inclusive workplace, representative of our local community, where there are opportunities for all regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, religion or other diversified criteria. We are committed to the principle of equal pay between men and women, and between ethnic groups, for comparable work.

Our current complement of staff comprises 55% men, 45% women. All of those staff who were university educated were the first generation in their family to be so educated.