Chartered Tax 
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Chartered Tax Advisers, Accountants and Business Consultants for small and medium businesses “Initiating change rather than reacting to events”

  • We are different
  • We are truly proactive
  • We are tax specialists
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Welcome to
Marsland Nash Associates

Marsland Nash Associates are a proactive firm of accountants and tax advisers based in Devon, with offices both in Newton Abbot and Paignton.

Our dedicated team of specialists are able to provide advice and guidance for our clients on a range of business services which can add real value to your business, personal and family affairs.

Your success is our success

The key to our success and that of our clients has derived from our ability to listen, understand and deliver a bespoke affordable service which will not only satisfy your business needs, encourage your business growth and maximize your potential profits, but also focus on reducing your tax bills.

Communication is essential

It’s not just about numbers it’s about people. We believe that regular contact with our clients forges a strong and successful working relationship. We have an approachable and accessible team who positively encourage clients to contact us at every opportunity, for advice on business related queries. With our unique pay structure this is usually FREE!

Our Latest News

Making Tax Digital - change of direction

If this is the first you have heard of Making Tax Digital (MTD) take at look at our dedicated pages at

On 13th July 2017 the government announced significant changes to th…

Chancellor's Budget U-turn on NIC rises

In the budget Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced that he would be raising Class 4 national insurance contributions. Class 4 NICs which are paid by the self-employed, were set to rise from 9% to 10% next…