Stephen has been providing services for over 25 years to a wide variety of commercial and not for profit clients including national grant giving charities, students’ unions, employers’ associations, building contractors, education providers and medical establishments.
As a partner in the firm, Stephen helps his clients with their statutory responsibilities by offering traditional accountancy and tax compliance services. He also provides outsourcing services in a number of areas including bookkeeping, payroll, management accounts and company secretarial.
Stephen provides a personal service and is always available to deal with client queries as and when they arise. He is client focused and combines his technical skills with business knowledge to ensure that clients receive the support they require.
- Advising and helping clients to implement computer systems
- Personal and corporate taxation
- Production of financial statements and management accounts
- Implications of VAT registration and partial exemption methodology establishment
- Created management accounts reports in Excel that were able to be instantly updated when entries are made in the client’s accounting system
- Assisted a client in the not for profit sector in establishing a VAT partial exemption methodology which was agreed with HMRC
- Uncovered a payroll fraud at a client in the not for profit sector which led to the recovery of £13,000
- Preparation of profit and loss account, balance sheet and cashflow budgets for a multi-million pound organisation
- Assisted a client with a Research and Development tax credit claim that claimed over £100,000 from HMRC
- Helped a new client recover VAT on the refurbishment of a part commercial/part residential building
- ICAEW (affiliate)
Stephen is a season ticket holder at Queens Park Rangers and is a keen follower of many sports. He also enjoys listening to rock music and going to concerts as well as films and watching his son play football and rugby at weekends.
29th May 2020
The Chancellor announced changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme. We provide an update on those changes.
17th June 2020
The Chancellor has announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will close permanently at the end of October. We take a look at some major changes being introduced to this scheme before then to keep you up to date.
23rd November 2020
The Government recently announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be extended from 31 October 2020 until 31 March 2021. Find out here about the latest announcements.