The firm is buying a Rochdale firm which already operates under the Tenon brand name through a franchise agreement, for an expected total of £4.4m.
Tenon will also buy a firm called Premier Strategies Ltd, which provides specialised tax planning for £4.5m.
Andy Raynor, chief executive of Tenon, commented: ‘We are delighted to have agreed terms to fully integrate these two businesses, which we know well, into the Tenon Group. This is an important step forwards in our growth plans.’
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