David Marriott FCA
Director, Chartered Accountant
I qualified as a Chartered Accountant in January 2003 and have over 25 years experience in the accountancy profession dealing with limited companies, sole traders and partnerships. A key skill of mine is to take the jargon out of accountancy and being able to explain issues clearly and concisely. As well as ensuring your accounts and tax affairs are in order and any tax liability minimised, I also deal with many different business issues for clients and help find cost effective solutions.
Gabrielle Mason-Baxter ACA
I qualified as a Chartered Accountant in September 2019 though have worked in accounting practice since beginning as an apprentice in 2013. I joined DPM Accounting Services Ltd in January 2021 where I am mainly involved in accounts preparation, personal and company tax returns and cloud accounting. I have experience of working with clients of various sizes and industries mostly dealing with sole traders, partnerships and small limited companies. I am a Xero Certified Advisor and have extensive knowledge of Sage, Quickbooks and Receipt Bank
I’m Chloe, the youngest member of the team and the boss’s daughter! I’ve been helping out behind the scenes with payroll for 4 years now. I love all things maths and science based and I’m currently studying mechanical engineering at Liverpool JMU. With the onset of the pandemic I found myself back at home and was soon helping my dad out, and later Gill, with weekly and monthly payrolls and the furlough and flexi furlough schemes. I have recently qualified and gained the Payroll Technician Certificate with the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP).
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- Number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and risk in the UK
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