GDPR Policy

GDPR Privacy Policy

Bright Tax Accountants has made this privacy statement in comply with GDPR compliances in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy towards customer’s data or information protection.

We generally collect information from our customers in the form of emails, scanned documents, on telephone conversation and in any other form convenient and agreed with customer. We carry out our accounting services based on the data we have collected from our customers with their consent, Adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed. Complying with our GDPR policy our clients have transparency to our data collection method, we store their personal and business information to deliver our services to them. Customer’s personal information is used to contact them when it’s necessary.

This site may contain links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such web sites. Please refer to the privacy policies on their website when you visit these links. We have diffident payment methods that our customers use to pay for our accounting services. We do not use their bank accounts information without their knowledge to process any unclaimed charges and payments by customers.

Customer’s data is not disclosed to any third party as Bright Tax Accountants is completely responsible to protect customer’s data and store securely. Data collected by Bright Tax Accountants is for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and not further processed in a manner that is incompatible with those purposes. Our staffs know the criticality of data protection and comply with the procedure of lawfully processing data.

If you have any further question in relevance to your that protection with Bright Tax Accountants please free to contact on +44 01908 424336 or