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Blue Peak is a dynamic boutique Accountancy and Tax business based in the Thames Valley. Our team includes tax and accounting professionals with a wealth of experience both in practice and industry in technical and commercial roles. We work alongside our clients to become trusted partners in their business, understanding their needs and supporting their business strategy. Just as importantly though, we provide expert advice and explain in an easy-to-understand way how they can meet their statutory obligations and stay compliant.​ 


Our services stretch from self-assessment tax returns for individuals, through to annual accounts, VAT and payroll for limited companies and we also provide bespoke offerings to larger corporate businesses and those going through significant growth. Every client is important to us, and we tailor our offering and advice to exactly what they need as well as providing practical and strategic business advise to help them with their business journey.


​Our charity work with the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice in Maidenhead and involvement in local community events brings fun and variety to the team and enables us to support a wide range of very worthwhile causes.

Blue Peak & The 721 Challenge

Blue Peak are very proud sponsors of the 721 Challenge and provide financial support to the team. The 721 Challenge is working with the World Land Trust Charity to raise money and awareness for climate change. As part of this, Nick Hollis has embarked on a world record attempt which includes climbing the Seven Summits, skiing the North and South Pole and row the Atlantic in world record speed. We are delighted that Nick has reached the South Pole and shared this message with us.

Blue Peak Proud Sponsors of

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Blue Peak Charity Partners

The Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service

       Henley Women's Regatta


"Thank you so much for everything you have done for us in such a short space of time.  You have all been incredible and I'm not sure  how we could have got through the past 6 months without you" - George

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