IN-troducing Rachel Wood AAT

Rachel Wood MAAT

Say hello to Rachel AAT Accountant!

It’s been over a year since Rachel returned to our team to grow our accounts department to make the team even stronger!

Having decided to go into accounting 6 years ago Rachel is now AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) Level 4 qualified and working towards her ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) to grow her qualifications. With five and a half years of experience behind her she is continuing to broaden her knowledge and skillset and is showing no signs of slowing down!

We were recently incredibly jealous as Rachel took a trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas and New York. From seeing Elton John preform his residency at Caesars Palace to watching The Lion King on Broadway, it’s clear to see she had an amazing time and made the most of her trip.

When she’s not jetting off to amazing places she’s often found at the gym, spending quality time with her friends and family and most importantly, her dog, Ralphy!

Here’s what Rachel had to say about working at IN Accountancy: “IN Accountancy offer a full service to all clients, proactively reviewing the position of the business. We focus on the needs of each individual client and provide advice and guidance accordingly.

“This is what makes IN Accountancy such a great place to work not only great clients but also a great team and good working environment.”

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