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Welcome to Farley & Partners

Making your business compliant, efficient and profitable

Thank you for visiting our website. We’d like to give you an insight into our firm and the services we provide and how we add value to your business. Hope you’ll find it topical, jargon free and interesting.

Our clients tell us that they want us to provide four distinct services;

Help them meet every statutory deadline imposed upon them and their business.

Help them keep their tax bills to a minimum.

Help them make more profit.

Help them keep and protect what they have earned.


GRA - The Gambia Revenue Authority

Gambia Revenue authority is the main Tax authority in addition Social Security

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Social Security - SSHFC

The main body responsible for the collection of Social Security Contributions - The equivalent of National Insurance

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Tax Rates and Allowances

As your accountant we are ideally placed to provide you with a tailored service for your business

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Financial Planning & Strategy Guide 2017/18

An in-dept guide to topical financial issues in 2017/18 

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Latest News


Many businesses are now required to register and account for Vat

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Time to get tough with debtors

Late payments can severely threaten your cash flow, and ultimately the survival of your business. 

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VAT Information & Advice

VAT can be a confusing and time consuming task for many small businesses.

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Avoiding Common VAT Mistakes

We know that VAT can cause problems from time to time.

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Accounts - Analysing profit

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Farley & Partners
No.2 Kairaba Avenue,
Second Floor, FIB Building
PO Box 2324
The Gambia


Tel: +220 437 1884

Fax:+220 437 1885


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(Farley & Partners) What are cookies?

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Cookies we use & what they are for

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These cookies are essential in order to enable you to fully experience the website and use the features and functionalities available to you, such as access to secure areas of the website.

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We use these cookies to:

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These cookies could be permanent or temporary cookies, first-party or third-party cookies. In short, these cookies collect anonymous information on the pages visited and the adverts viewed. 

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This Cookies Policy applies to our website operated by Farley & Partners Group. If you have any questions about the use of cookies on our websites please email info@farleyandpartners.com .

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