Who works on your accounts

To find out who works on your accounts and what they do, meet more of the team at your local accountants in Hazel Grove.


Kathryn Heald who works on your accounts
Kathryn Heald

Kathryn Heald looks after payroll, tax returns, contractors’ and sole trader accounts – so you can see she’s pretty handy to have around. She’s just celebrated her second anniversary with IN and has recently passed her Level 4 AAT exams with flying colours. She loves tax and is interested in further developing her skills to help clients operate in the most tax efficient way.

What you might not know about Kathryn is that in spite of her US accent, she was born in Britain and now enjoys living back in Hyde with her family and cat (but only because she couldn’t get a dog!)

Helen Williams

Helen Williams also works on a mix of payroll, personal tax, VAT returns and contractors’ accounts. She enjoys the personal tax side most, mainly because of the variety of clients we deal with at IN. “It’s interesting to transform what starts as a pile of receipts into a complete set of accounts,” said Helen.

She has recently become full-time at IN, having previously shared her time between IN and working on management accounts at our financial planning partner. She passed her AAT level 4 exams last year.

Helen lives in Bredbury with her family and enjoys keeping fit by running 10K races to raise money for charity, managing to climb the odd mountain and running with her dog, ‘Rebel’. Let’s hope he can keep up with her!



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