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The IN crowd news features exam success and three new members joining the team.

A qualified success

Following her AAT qualification, Kathryn Heald, Accounts Assistant, has passed her tax examination, which is the first of four modules on the way to achieving the level 4 Association of Tax Technicians qualification.

Meet Deborah Rodger – our new Payroll Clerk

Deborah Rodger, Payroll Clerk Deborah, who likes to be called ‘Debs’, joined us last month and works part-time Mondays to Wednesdays and Fridays.

She spent over 20 years at Barclays Computer Operations in Knutsford and has also worked as an office manager in a building company.

Debs is another local, who lives in Bramhall, and she found us through the jobs board on the really fab community website ‘I love Bramhall jobs board’ http://www.ilovebramhall.com/living-working/jobs/

Commenting on her new role, she said: “It’s a great team here and I’m enjoying having a new challenge and liaising with clients.”

Meet our Trainee Accountants

We like to invest in the future so Ollie (pictured left) and Antony (pictured right) are our two new apprentice accountants.

Both have completed their Level 3 AAT qualification, and will be starting their AAT Level 4 in September at Marple & Cheadle Sixth Form College.

Ollie lives literally round the corner from the office in Great Moor and Anthony lives in Reddish.

Both are very sporty. Anthony plays basketball for Stockport Falcons under-18’s in the National League and Stockport Falcons senior men’s team in the MABL League while Ollie plays football, tennis and goes to the gym.

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