Jonathan Mackie

Director

Being a qualified accountant who can write computer code Jonathan brings a unique blend of skills to NR Barton that allows the firm to offer unique solutions that not many in the market place can offer.

With the increasing availability of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) being offered by software providers Jonathan and his digital team have the ability to connect different systems, to bring efficiencies, increased accuracies and richer data for our clients.

Jonathan’s logic mind was developed whilst completing a Mathematics degree from the University of Manchester, and allows him to offer a different perspective to problems.

Away from the office Jonathan has two (soon to be three) young children who ensure there is never a dull moment.

Specialist services and sectors

Online and Cloud Accounting

Improve your accounting efficiency by moving into the cloud and harness the power of integrated apps to power up your processes.

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Company Secretarial

Covering the full suite of Company Secretarial services to ensure your records of kept correctly.

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Book-keeping Support

Qualified and dedicated support with the on-going paperwork and maintaining your books.

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Making Tax Digital

Helping navigate through the transition to digital record keeping.

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Motor Trade

Tailored advice to assist with the nuances of motor trade accounting. 

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IT, Digital & Creative

Support and advice to help you focus on what you do best.

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Entertainment, Music & Events

The right support can be critical to ensuring a smooth accounting process.

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Contractors

Clear and concise advice to help keep you productive.

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