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Dawn started the practice from a spare room at home in 1990 after she left Ernst & Young in order to spend more time with her young family. Having grown the business from such a small start she can fully appreciate the challenges faced by new entrepreneurs. Her experience of managing the audits of household name companies means she is equally comfortable dealing with much larger entities so clients know they will continue to receive good and informed advice as they grow.
Carol is a Chartered Accountant with many years experience as a small business manager, having formerly occupied this position with one of the top international firms. During her career Carol has owned and run her own hotel business and so is well placed to help small and medium sized clients with all matters relating to accountancy, VAT, tax compliance and planning. She has a strong working knowledge of business software and applications.
Debbie trained and qualified with a medium sized firm of Chartered Accountants in London before moving to Bishop Fleming in Exeter. She became the Company Accountant for a family owned business in the motor retail industry before taking a career break. Debbie now successfully combines raising her family with her work at Yannons as well as her involvement in many local community groups.
Amy trained and qualified with a medium sized firm of chartered accountants based in Exeter. She joined Yannons in October 2014 with over 10 years experience. Amy has a strong knowledge of many software packages, including Sage, Xero & Quickbooks.
Louise has had a varied career, working in other offices and managing a shop. She joined us in September 2014. As well as her role as Office Manager, Louise runs our payroll service and provides bookkeeping services to clients.
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04 Apr 2018
New data protection rules from General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will replace the Data Protection Act in the UK from 25 May 2018.
Details of the Spring Statement. Our summary focuses on the issues likely to affect you.
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