Karen Vickerman

Client Manager

Karen joined NR Barton in 2007 and has worked in accountancy since 1982. Karen is a member of the AAT and part qualified ACCA. Karen provides accountancy, VAT, self assessment and corporation tax advice to a wide range of owner managed small businesses. Karen also provides advice and training to our Xero and Sage clients.

In her spare time, Karen enjoys spending time on holiday with her husband and until recently had been a School Governor for over 20 years.

 

Specialist services and sectors

Internal Audit

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

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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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PAYE and VAT

Expert assistance with technical areas of the tax system.

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Making Tax Digital

Helping navigate through the transition to digital record keeping.

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Start Ups & Small Business

The right support can be critical to ensuring the success of a start up business.

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Entertainment, Music & Events

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

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Retail & Consumer Services

Our advice is tailored to give you the tools to grow your business.

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Contractors

Clear and concise advice to help keep you productive.

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HMRC waives late self-assessment penalties by one month

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HMRC are expecting to recover £1 of every £4 stolen from the public purse by fraudsters during the pandemic. In figures published last week a total of £4.3 billion has been written off. This represents c74% of the total £5.8 billion that was stolen from its emergency...

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