Meet The Team

Sharon Taylor FCCA – Principal and director

I have worked in practice for over 25 years from training to managing the small and medium business departments at two of the larger practices locally, before acquiring my own practice over 11 years ago.

I enjoy being part of each client’s business team and pride myself on not just being the accountant but a valued business advisor.

In my spare time I try to keep active by running and swimming and for relaxation I enjoy trying new places to eat in the many great restaurants we have locally.

Emily Howard – Practice manager

As the practice manager Emily can assist with any matter from payroll, accounting and taxation.

Emily has been with the practice for over 13 years and has a wealth of knowledge in particular dealing with H M Revenue and Customs queries in respect of CIS and PAYE.

Emily enjoys the outdoors and is kept busy looking after her horse and family.

Sarah – Accounts assistant

Sarah joined the practice in 2015 and is an integral part of the book keeping and payroll department, also assisting with accounts preparation and practice administration, contacting clients to make sure records are with us to meet VAT and payroll deadlines.

A keen runner Sarah recently completed the Cheltenham Half Marathon and is now training for triathlons.

Tatiana – Book keeping and payroll assistant

A new addition to our team this summer, Tatiana is providing a great service looking after our book keeping and payroll clients, she enjoys spending quality time with her family, outdoors activities, dance, travel and helping others.

Our Blog

Pawfect Weekend

This lovely visitor popped in today to wish us a pawfect weekend!.

Friday cakes!

A little treat on this rainy day - Friday cakes! 

The Cloud

We have been busy working on the Cloud today, if you would like your bookkeeping posted by your accountant but still see all your transactions you can contact us for information on Sage Cloud Accounting

How to treat VAT on recharged expenses

When providing services to your client, occasionally you might need to pay for items on their behalf. How do you then treat the VAT on the expenses that you recharge to the customer? There is one simple rule that you need to keep in mind: all recharged expenses carry...