Springing into MAY…
This month Stead Robinson celebrate a fantastic 20 years since Philip Lofthouse joined Stead Robinson. Stead Robinson Chartered Accountants was founded in 1984 by Andrew Stead and Philip Robinson in Kirkburton. In 1990 they converted an old mill and moved to Shepley. In May 1996 Philip Lofthouse joined the partnership and after the retirement of Mr Stead in 2003 and Mr Robinson in 2004, Philip became the Practice Manager. In 2012 we relocated to our beautifully restored offices in Honley. In just 2 months we celebrate our Accounts Manager, Sally Prince’s 25th year here at Stead Robinson!
The new tax year.
If you have your books ready please bring them in. If you have anything left here from the previous tax year please feel free to ask for them to be returned to you.
Not sure what records you need to bring in?
Details of your business income and outgoings, purchases and sales of business assets. Bank Statements, Cheque Stubs, Receipts, Invoices. If this is your first accounting period we will give you feed back once we have done your accounts to help you prepare for your next accounting period. If you are unsure about anything at all please ask us. We are here to help!
Are you up to date with your Stead Robinson account and interested in a Fixed Price agreement?
We are urging our clients to pay for their fees by direct debit. Using this method helps you manage your cash flow efficiently and gives you peace of mind knowing that you will not receive any large bills at the end of your financial year. Just one fixed price for the entire year. If this sounds like something you would be interested in please contact us.
Our new website is almost ready to go live.
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