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IN Accountancy Team News – September 2018

The team of Stockport accountants at IN Accountancy have a whole lot going on this month to update you on.

Firstly we are wishing a massive congratulations to both Emma and Sandra who get married this month. Sandra is first in line, tying the knot with her lovely Paul on Saturday 15th September in Stockport.  Emma follows suit the following Friday, marrying her long term partner (and equally lovely) Andrew, better known as Brodie, in Bramhall.  We are sure you will join us in wishing them both every happiness in their futures together.

And it really is all change for Emma, as she leaves us at the end of this week to return to a role with the NHS just around the corner at Stepping Hill hospital.  Also moving on at the end of the week is Nick, who is taking up a new challenge as he joins a business with two long standing friends.  They will both be missed by all of us and we are sure by our clients too, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank them all for their hard work and wish them all the very best for the future!

Joining the team over the last few weeks, as we continue to invest in young people, are Zoe Greenwood, Olivia Levell and Theo Whitley.  Zoe joins us as administration assistant from NTF Financial Services in Wilmslow, while Olivia and Theo join us fresh from completing their A Levels at Aquinas College in Stockport as trainee accountants and will be studying for their AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) qualifications while gaining valuable on the job experience in our busy office. All three have really hit the ground running and we are very excited about the careers they have ahead of them – we know you will all join us in welcoming them on board.

Photos will follow just as soon as our wonderful company photographer Jordan Gurry of Venture Studios Stockport has found some space in his busy schedule to fit us in!

And a special thanks must be extended to our equally wonderful florists, Cheshire Flowers, whose stealth deliveries have meant we have been able to surprise Emma and Sandra with some beautiful flowers this week in celebration.



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