Jonathan Mackie

Client Manager

Jonathan qualified as a chartered accountant in 2014, having previously completed a Mathematics degree at Manchester University. As a Manager in the Audit and Accounts team, Jonathan has a wide range of interactions with clients, such as preparing their accounts and company tax returns, auditing our larger clients, preparing personal tax returns and many other ad hoc tasks. Jonathan has coined the nickname of the ‘office geek’ due to his computer competence. He is self-taught on Excel and enjoys getting the most out of a spreadsheet, whether that is with formula, or using the VBA code in the background.

Away from the office, Jonathan has a wife and two young children who take up most of his time (and sleep), any spare time he has is spent watching Wigan Warriors, or his local team Chorley FC. Having recently retired from Sunday League football he has to now live vicariously through Chorley FC.

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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