David Marriott FCA
Director, Chartered Accountant
I qualified as a Chartered Accountant in January 2003 and have over twenty 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.
After graduating with an accountancy degree in 2005 and then working in private practice, I joined DPM Accounting Services Ltd in 2010. I mainly working on accounts preparation but I also assist with tax, payroll and VAT.
Callie Faller MAAT
Following on from an established career within the civil service, in various roles including compliance, audit and assurance. I successfully retrained and became a fully qualified member of the Association of Accounting Technicians in 2018. I have since worked in practice accountancy roles and intend to enhance my experience and qualifications to gain Chartered Accountancy status. My previous experience within a highly regulated environment means I have an excellent eye for detail and will ensure to keep clients fully compliant with their accounts production and submissions. I will strive to find the best accountancy solutions and practices for individual client needs.
Gillian Bland MCIPP dip Assoc CIPD
I joined DPM Accounting Services Ltd in June 2020 as payroll manager. My primary role is to ensure all of our payroll clients receive a professional and efficient service, delivering payrolls on time and accurately. In 1998 I graduated with the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals Diploma in Payroll and Pensions Management. With over 30 years experience in delivering payroll services to a wide number of sectors I have gained a wealth of experience.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
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Please be assured we are preparing for our services to continue as normal. We have business continuity plans in place to minimise the risk of infection and make sure we can continue to deliver a business-as-usual service to our customers should an infection occur at an office. These include implementing clear guidelines for employees, providing support and advice for anyone who needs to self-quarantine, and issuing guidance on following safe hygiene practices across the organisation.
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- Guidance for employees, employers and businesses
- Support for business – Scotland
- Government advice to the public
- Number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and risk in the UK
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