Islington Accountants - Rogove & Co

About us

Dedicated to delivering a first class client service

Rogove & Company was established in 1980. Today, we continue to build on our strong reputation for providing excellent advice and first class service to our business and personal clients.

Our practice is property-centric. We offer practical advice on Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax issues that can arise with owning, acquiring and selling property. We can also advise you on how to expand your property portfolio. We assist our UK and overseas clients with preparation of property accounts and UK tax compliance.

Ivan Rogove BA Econ (Hons) FCA

Ivan qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1995. He specialises in providing individuals and owner managed businesses with accounting, tax compliance, planning and business solutions and advice. Ivan has years of experience in assisting clients to resolve difficult business problems by offering practical advice and a plan to get the desired result which he will also help implement. Ivan also enjoys providing personal tax compliance and tax planning advice to real people and real businesses.

Ivan is very proud to have the Freedom of the City of London and is a Liveryman – a Plaisterer, no less. He is a keen cyclist and enjoys / endures negotiating with his children.

Email:ivan@rogove.co.uk

Albert Rogove FCA ATII

Albert qualified as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation with distinction in 1958 and then qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1960. He specialises in all aspects of personal tax compliance and advice, Inheritance Tax planning, tax enquiries and investigations. Albert has appeared as Expert Witness for the Crown in mortgage fraud cases.

Albert is a keen cyclist and is often found in spinning classes or in the pool at the gym.

Email:albert@rogove.co.uk

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