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Broomfield & Alexander are the leading charity accountants in Wales and our advisors are not only experts in their respective fields such as audit, tax and accountancy, but also have in-depth specialist sector know-how.

Our Charities team for Cardiff, Newport and Swansea is headed by Sarah Case, who works closely with the team across Audit, Business Services and Tax, 4 members of which have been awarded the ICAEW Diploma in Charity Accounting.

Charities and Not for Profit Team lead – Sarah Case, [email protected]

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