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H & S Accounting Ltd was originally established in 2006, when Hana, the director, began a small freelance bookkeeping business. She then went on to offer independent accountancy services after gaining her degree, and as her client base grew, so did the business. 


She decided in 2016 to expand somewhat and change structure. 

Although the company thrives and continues to grow, Hana's vision has not changed, she has no desire to become a large accountancy firm and prides herself and her team on offering accounting and taxation services in a relaxed environment, without the jargon, in a more informal atmosphere than most practices. She is keen to always have close working relationships with clients whom her and her team get to know personally. No client will ever just be a 'number'. 


Keen to be as transparent and honest with prospective clients, it is important to note that H & S Accounting is a home based practice, the address shown on the companies house register and on the website, is for correspondence only. For privacy and security reasons, the practice address will only be made available once an accountant - client relationship has been established.


A note from the Director


I am a member of the ICB, ICPA and CPA and have gained accounting qualifications both in the UK and the USA. 

But besides my qualifications and experience, I am a human being and despite what some stereotypes may suggest, I do not sit behind a desk, judging creative tax deductions. 

So here's me: 

I am a wife and a mother, an animal lover (2 beautiful cats and a dog). I love to travel, am a sucker for a romance book and binge watch a Netflix series almost every weekend. 

I think it's important that anyone reading this understands, I don't believe in professional stereotypes, the reason I have built a good reputation and close working relationships with my clients is because I am as honest and open with them as I expect them to be with me.

Hana-Amirah Kharas 

Hana-Amirah Kharas ICPA

Director / Principal Accountant

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