A little bit about us............
We are proud to say that we are Chartered Accountants, Business Advisers and Tax Advisers to the Portsmouth area. With the word "Victory" etched in our consciousness it is no surprise to learn that "Winning" is also subliminally attached by association.
With our experience we can help guide your business through the common pitfalls that occur at every stage of the business lifecycle and can provide the best advice and support to ensure that your business grows from strength to strength. And if your business succeeds then our business also prospers from the increased workload needed to support you and also from word of mouth references. It's the win-win situation that we always strive for.
With its natural harbour, Portsmouth has probably been one of the busiest areas on the South Coast since way before the Romans first visited. Naval industries, boat building and sailing, fishing, agriculture, construction and tourism have all featured historically in Portsmouth and it is as a result of these businesses being in our midsts for such a long time that we have become accountancy experts in each of these Portsmouth based business areas.
Other than that we are pleased and proud to be able to offer our "winning" Accountancy and Business/Tax Advice services to any other industry sector and as a local firm to us we look forward to becoming experts in your field too.
And a little about our new Ringwood Office..........
As of March 1st 2014 Casson Beckman now has a new office in Ringwood thus fulfilling a long held ambition of having a presence in and around the Bournemouth area.
Ringwood is a bustling market town on the edge of the New Forest with plenty going on. 5 years ago it was voted as the most expensive market town to live in the Uk with the average property price commanding £380,000.
Ringwood stands on the western edge of the New Forest at a crossing point of the River Avon. For centuries it has been the traditional market town of the New Forest with its market charter dating back to 1226.
Ringwood still has a lively Wednesday morning street market and has remained a delightful, unspoiled historic town with both quaint as well as modern shops, street entertainment, restaurants, pubs and cafés.