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Long established Chartered Accountancy Practice

We offer a wide range of financial products and services to individuals and business owners.

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Hitchmough Kinnear Chartered Accountants

Hitchmough Kinnear offers a personal service with a high level of contact between our senior personnel Aidan Heffernan, Patrick Hitchmough, Helen O’Neill and our clients. Hitchmough Kinnear are members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland and the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners.

We provide Audit, Accountancy, Taxation, Company Secretarial and Insolvency services to a wide variety of Clients in the Munster Region

Additional services which we provide include Insolvency, Employee Benefit Schemes, Retirement Planning, and Property Based Pension Schemes

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Hitchmough Kinnear is a long established Chartered Accountancy Practice which was originally founded by Mr. Ernest Hitchmough in 1895. Since that time, it has provided uninterrupted Audit, Accountancy, Taxation, Company Secretarial and Insolvency services to a wide variety of Clients in the Munster Region

Following our acquisition of a similar sized Chartered Accountancy practice, some years ago, Hitchmough Kinnear has become a much larger practice with a broader client base that offers a full range of services to both our domestic and International clients.

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