Hi my name is Lyanne and I’m the managing director of Wilds. The coronavirus outbreak is having a huge impact on everyone at the moment and we are trying to provide as much support as we can during this time. Have a look at our coronavirus updates on the website and contact us if we can help with anything else.



We’re often too busy with the day to day running of a business to think about simple things that could be put in place to protect our business and our family.

Whether it’s talking to Wilds Financial Planning about key man cover or income protection or making sure that you have a will in place there are lots of important considerations in this area.

If you are a business with more than one partner or shareholder then it is best to get a partnership or shareholders agreement in place when you start out. If something does go wrong or disagreement occurs it is vital to have something to fall back on to remedy it.

On a personal level Wilds can recommend someone to put a will together for you and liaise with them to make sure that from a tax point of view everything is set up as it needs to be.

Fee protection can cover you and your business in the case of a HMRC investigation.

“Wilds Accountants have managed our accounts for the last seven years and we could not ask for a more professional and personal service. During this time, Martin and the team have guided us expertly, being supportive, knowledgeable and efficient, and for that we cannot thank them enough.”

“I just wanted to thank you very much for dealing with our recent tax investigation in connection with the exceptional items. This was a very complex area in which we did not have the knowledge or experience in to deal with ourselves. Your work on the figures and arguments for our categorisation of cost where superb and we are very happy with the successful outcome.
We are particularly overjoyed that the final figures involved where minimal and that no penalties were incurred.
Once again thank you for dealing with this matter on our behalf and thank you for your continued support.”