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Neil Whittingham

Director

Neil qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2006 moving to NR Barton a year later. In 2014 Neil became a partner in the firm and administers the regulatory and compliance aspects of the firm. Neil has a wealth of clients covering a variety of sectors notably construction, property, contracting and retail. As well as accountancy and tax compliance, Neil provides his clients with audit and business advisory services to help grow their businesses. Neil forms part of the leadership team driving the firm’s transition to Xero and cloud based accounting.

Neil has lived in Standish all his life and is a keen skier, enjoys working out at the gym and spending time with his young family.

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Financial Planning and Wealth Management

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Strategic Advisory

Board level strategic advisory services to help your business grow, develop, and flourish.

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Payroll Solutions

Our dedicated team can help you with an array of matters surrounding Payroll.

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Making Tax Digital

Helping navigate through the transition to digital record keeping.

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Manufacturing & Engineering

Industry tailored accountancy providing the tools to grow your business.

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Charities & Not For Profit

Working together to help further the aims and goals of your organisation.

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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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