Your trusted accountants in Scotland

Honest business advice delivered with genuine care

Deans Accountants and Business Advisors, based in Hawick, Scotland, has been providing expert advice and accountancy services to both corporate and individual clients.

We strive to be proactive, recommending added value solutions as well as offering the routine services expected of an accountancy practice. But we like to offer more. That is why we offer financial services advice, IT consultancy, specialist tax planning and business advisory services.

We utilise the latest best-of-breed software to deliver these services as well as having links to national firms to access the latest tax planning opportunities. Our dedicated teams of qualified and highly experienced staff have established Deans as a leading provider of high-level advice and planning solutions.

Our broad range of accounting skills coupled with a thorough knowledge of your business sector means we can discuss recommendations and options that are helpful specifically to you. It is this framework that enables us to be more than just an accountant. We offer free initial consultations to potential clients, call David or Lorna on 01450377365.


Our experts at Deans will help guide you through the world of tax, keeping you up-to-date with all the latest changes and regulations.


Value Added Tax (VAT) is a tax that must be paid when purchasing services or goods.


We can ensure that your payroll service is efficient, accurate and timely – meaning you have one less thing to worry about.

Bookkeeping & Accounting

We can help reduce the time you spend on admin work, letting you focus on what is really important to your business.

Business Start-up

Starting a business is a really exciting time, but we know it is also a very busy time.

Making Tax Digital

Making Tax Digital (MTD) will affect most businesses by changing how business records are kept and how tax information is sent to HMRC.

Strategic Planning

Helping you strategically plan for the future.

Company Secretarial

‘Company secretarial’ refers to all those bits of bureaucracy you need to manage to stay in line with the Companies Act.

Corporate Finance

Starting, rescuing or growing a business requires capital.

Aquisitions & Disposals

One of the most effective ways to improve your competitive position in the marketplace is by merging with or acquiring another business.