Andrew Pilling

Senior Client Manager

Andrew joined NR Barton as a Manager in 2014. He graduated from Aston University before qualifying as an Accountant in 1999. After qualifying, he worked for a practice in Preston before taking the decision to join NR Barton. Throughout his career, Andrew has worked with a wide range of clients providing various accountancy, audit and taxation services and this has allowed him to develop a broad range of knowledge and experience. At NR Barton, Andrew works with a variety of clients including a number of the firm’s larger audit clients and those with group structures.

In his spare time, Andrew has a keen interest in football and enjoys spending time with his wife and two children.

Specialist services and sectors

Accounts

From annual statutory accounts to monthly management accounts and forecasts and everything in-between.

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External Audit

Adding value to the statutory reporting process through efficient and effective audit strategies.

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Internal Audit

Utilising our wealth of experience to improve business control and efficiencies.

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PAYE and VAT

Expert assistance with technical areas of the tax system.

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Construction & Property

The right advice to help you build your business.

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Manufacturing & Engineering

Industry tailored accountancy providing the tools to grow your business.

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Transport, Distribution & Logistics

Sector specific advice to help make sure you’re on the right road.

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Recycling & Environmental Management

Industry specific knowledge aligned with our accounting expertise.

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