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When you run a small business there’s no job description. Your days are taken up with customers, staff and working out how to grow your business. Talking to your accountant is way down the list of priorities.

But we are worth talking to!

Your chartered accountant can reduce your tax bill, help you fund sustainable growth and keep you on the right side of HMRC. We also save you a lot of time and trouble.

“Would highly recommend. Very approachable. Pete and Ace are lovely.”

“The best accountant I have ever had.”

“My financial therapist!”

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If weekends or evenings are the only time you’re free, that’s fine. We don’t expect you to conform to our hours or to come to our offices – frankly, they’re not much to look at anyway.

Time is precious so we never waste it. No vanity newsletter or complex financial statements (unless you want them). We tell you how to keep your business compliant, solvent and successful. What you need to know, when you need to know it, and in plain English.

We Have No ‘B’ Team

We value every client account. Whatever the size of your business you’ll be looked after by an experienced accountant – not by a trainee or somebody recently qualified (we don’t have any of those anyway).

We have a clear, easy to understand charging policy. Our fees reflect the value of our advice and the quality of our customer service.

Why is an Accountant Like a Penguin?

Penguins, like accountants, come in various forms. The big Emperor penguin, the fancy Macaroni penguin, and the Blue penguin (smallest of the lot). They are all penguins.

The ponderous Emperor must consume vast quantities of fees (sorry, fish) to keep going. The Macaroni likes you to admire its fine suit and offices (sorry, plumage). And there’s the humble Blue penguin – does all the penguin stuff while being more nimble and endearing.

Unlike a real penguin, we can help with all the regular accountancy tasks, including:

– Management Accounts
– Year-End Accounts
– Tax Advisory and Tax Returns
– Audit Preparation
– Payroll and Auto-Enrolment

Best of all, we don’t smell of fish!

speak to the penguin

We don’t take ourselves too seriously (you’ve probably got that message). But we do take your finances and business success very seriously. It’s what gets us up in the morning and what drives us on.

So if you’re looking for an accountant who is more in tune with your business – and with you as a person – give us a call.

Your minimum investment is £200pm plus VAT, with, but most of our clients pay between £300 and £600 per month for “the works”, and a really close relationship with their  Chartered Accountant. If you are just starting out, we might not be for you – yet!

If you’re not running a business but simply need your annual tax return taken care of, the minimum investment is £30pm plus VAT.


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I'll keep this short. Watch this video, and you'll understand why we are a part of the B1G1 community.

We create impacts every time you book a phone call with us. Or when we submit your tax return.
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I see there's a top-level domain of .accountants

Question: does it make any difference? There are lots of TLDs now, .builders .lawyer .marketing and so on.

It all seems like a bit of a fad to me. Am I a Luddite?

Have you used one for your business?
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I wouldn't run main site off it but i'm sure businesses will grab their associated domain just so others can't and then point that to their main website or create a small micro-site purely for Google purposes if you are looking to actively promote your business. Let me know if you want a hand grabbing your domain.

If a website doesn’t end in, or .com, I avoid it. If it’s a business I want to use, I’ll mainly use, as in my head I think it means it’s a uk business and not a scam. I get suspicious of any sites with any other domains. I have no idea if this works and whether a Chinese hacker can own a, but I feel better using these general rules

What makes Blue Penguin Accountants different?

Our waiting list. 📑

Seriously. Firms who take on anyone and everyone at the drop of a hat, might not actually have the resources to give you the attention you deserve. You won't find out until it's too late.

We'll chat with you. Understand your business. See if we hit it off. Then we'll give you a realistic idea of when we can welcome you, properly, into the Blue Penguin family and give you the attention you deserve.

(Spoiler alert: It weeds out the tyre-kickers and the last-minute-merchants, too)

At the moment, we're looking at August for our next new clients. If you're in no rush...give me a call. 👍
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I'm hearing stories of people not keeping their distances and telling police "well if it's OK for Dominic Cummings", etc etc, ad nauseum.

This is like filing a fraudulent set of accounts or tax return because it's what your mate down the pub did.

He's a knob. You're not. Keep doing the right thing. ❤
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We like to think we’re great at what we do. But hearing it from someone just like you would be better…

I was extremely impressed with Peter. He was very friendly and nothing was too much trouble, explaining tax in a clear and understandable way. I would highly recommend the Blue Penguin!”

Dawn alison sports & remedial massage

Blue Penguin have been our accountants since day one and have made everything easier, faster and more understandable for our team. They have gone above and beyond when we needed emergency work done quickly and at awkward times. We wholeheartedly recommend them to any small business.

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Come over:

16 Claremont Dr, Taunton, TA1 4JF

2 The Crescent, Taunton TA1 4EA

M-F 8.30am – 6.00pm
S-S By Appointment

Get talking:

Tel: 01823 297000

Fax: Really??