IN-Troducing Rourke Neal (again)

Rourke Neal, MAAT

No, not another new face at IN HQ, but a chance to celebrate success and reintroduce you to Rourke Neal… (rememeber, it’s Rourke Neal, not Neal Rourke!!)

Rourke joined IN Accountancy in September 2019 after completing Accountancy, PE and Economics A Levels at Aquinas College in Stockport.

Not just a bright spark academically, Rourke is also some athlete, having played football at semi-pro level when he joined us.

A passionate Manchester United fan, watching the matches religiously week in, week out, nowadays though he seems to be more injury prone than Paul Pogba and is more often to be found in the gym than on the pitch (that is when he’s not at the barbers, or buying expensive brands to impress the ladies ?)

Rourke completed his Level 3 AAT Qualification in the middle of one of many lockdowns, and yesterday received confirmation that he has passed his Level 4 AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting with flying colours ???

We are incredibly proud of his focus, work ethic and team work and consider ourselves lucky to have him as one of the IN Team – well done Rourke ?

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