Patrick Evans FCCA is a qualified accountant and fellow member of The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Patrick has over twenty five years experience in the accountancy and wealth management sectors, and is a Director of the company. Through his career he has gained a wealth of expertise and experience from working with a wide range of clients, from sole traders and family run businesses, to multinational companies and individuals appearing in the Times Rich List.
Patrick was recently featured again in The Sunday Times as one of the top rated accountants in the UK.
Caroline is a Director and the office manager. She has a wide range of experience in administration, human resource matters and payroll. Caroline is CIPD qualified and has previously worked in offshore banking and a national law firm.
Allison joined the company in 2013 and is senior manager of our client services. She has a wide range of experience in accounting and administrative matters, having previously worked in a food manufacturing company and a local accountancy practice. Allison is qualified in IAB Bookkeeping. Allison specialises in preparation of clients accounts & tax returns, bookkeeping and VAT. She is also Xero certified and provides our full range of Xero services, including set-up, training and ongoing support.
Janice has been a business partner of the company since 2013. She has a wide range of experience from her previous role as a Business Manager at Barclays. Janice also runs her own business and specialises in bookkeeping, business advice and also helps provide support for business lending and grant applications. She also helps provide our full range of Xero services, including set-up, training and ongoing support. Janice is qualified in IAB Sage Computerised Accounting and is a member of The Pensions Management Institute.
06 Feb 2019
HMRC is urging VAT-registered UK businesses which trade exclusively with the EU to be prepared for a no deal Brexit.
HMRC has extended its Making Tax Digital for VAT pilot scheme to all eligible businesses.
Since 2017, HMRC has captured millions of callers' voice data on its Voice ID system.