Stephanie Silcock

Client Manager

Steph started at NR Barton in 1991 after completing an honours degree in accounting at Portsmouth University which gave her various levels of professional qualifications. She has been involved in all aspects of accountancy, audit and taxation throughout the years and currently manages a broad spectrum of clients with varying sizes and complexities. Steph is currently one of the trainers helping clients comply with making tax digital and introducing cloud based accounting software into their businesses.

In her spare time, Steph enjoys hiking up the mountains in the Lake district with her husband and dog and having hung up her running shoes she regularly attends a gym and has a very keen interest in skiing.

Specialist services and sectors

Accounts

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

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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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Company Secretarial

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

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Making Tax Digital

Helping navigate through the transition to digital record keeping.

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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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Start Ups & Small Business

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

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Contractors

Clear and concise advice to help keep you productive.

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Vat deferral period ends soon

Vat deferral period ends soon

During the Covid 19 pandemic, HMRC has allowed VAT registered businesses to defer the payment of any VAT which fell due between 20th March and 30th June without incurring any interest or penalties. This period is now almost at an end and VAT due for periods ended on...

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