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Our office hours are 8:30am until 5:00pm on weekdays; but we are able to meet you outside our office hours.

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Tel: 0131 666 9000

Fax: 0131 666 9111

Address

Anderson Ballantine
Tower Mains Studios
18d Liberton Brae
Edinburgh
Midlothian
EH16 6AE

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Johnny Ballantine - Director

johnny@and-bal.co.uk

Since qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Edinburgh, Johnny has worked exclusively with small and medium sized businesses, both as a partner within the profession and as finance director, providing high level advice in accounting, taxation, business development and strategic planning matters. He established Anderson Ballantine in 1999.

Anne Williamson – Manager

anne@and-bal.co.uk

Anne has worked exclusively with small and medium sized businesses and has over 25 years experience in business and taxation administration; accounting systems implementation and operation; accounts production and tax computational work.

Helen Gallacher – Business Development

helen@and-bal.co.uk

Helen Gallacher is a graduate in marketing and management and works on business development at Anderson Ballantine.



Regulated by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland for a range of investment business activities. Anderson Ballantine is a trading name of Anderson Ballantine Limited, a company registered in Scotland Company No 338733 whose registered office is Tower Mains Studios, 18d Liberton Brae, Edinburgh EH16 6AE

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The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has warned that the NHS will require tax rises in order to maintain the level of service it currently supplies.