Sarah’s strength lies in helping ambitious, owner-managers to reach their goals. Her clients not only benefit from the emphasis she puts on having the right management information upon which to base decisions but her ability to summarise their position and make timely and appropriate recommendations. With expertise gained in the Manufacturing sector, Sarah helps manufacturing businesses with all aspects of strategic and financial matters – guiding them through the complex issues that require the right decisions.
The commercial world plays a major role in Sarah’s life but being married to a farmer and living on a mixed farm, has afforded her the opportunity to understand and appreciate the agricultural sector at first hand. As head of the firm’s Agriculture & Rural Business sector, Sarah has brought her considerable personal agricultural knowledge to this sector, enabling her to develop an insight into farming & agricultural businesses not usually available to other accountancy professionals.
Sarah leads the Cloud Accounting Sector for the firm. With her dedicated Cloud team, Sarah advises clients on the best way forward using the various software packages and Apps available.
FRS 102 and FRS 105 have now been with us for well over eighteen months, and the first sets of small business accounts for which the new standards are mandatory are in the course of production and approval.
Most commentators would agree that over the last generation, the farming community has enjoyed a relatively benign capital tax regime. Normally farms are eligible for substantial levels of Inheritance Tax (IHT) relief, and the absence of any charge on lifetime transfers has made passing on the family farm a relatively painless exercise
At first glance Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement seemed remarkably short on announcements...
In the Autumn Statement we saw the acceleration of Capital Gains Tax on some property sales...
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