New offices and a new look for LEOBS
Posted on 29th February 2020 at 13:17
“So far, 2020 is an exciting time for us” says Lucie Howard of LEO Bookkeeping and Accountancy Services.
“We have moved into our spacious new offices in Dagnall House in Olney. If you don’t know where that is, you’ll find us opposite the Co-op, in the basement of the Browns Hairdressing building. The entrance is near to the Oxfam shop, through the alleyway.
“It’s great to have the extra space and room to hold meetings with our clients. Just give us a call if you would like to pop in for a cup of coffee and a chat.
“Don’t worry, if you would like to speak with us on the telephone, our numbers will remain the same.”
Here’s the new address in full:
“Like many new businesses, we were very fond of the logo and branding that we started out with just a couple of years ago.
“However, we were really beginning to feel that an update was needed to reflect all the changes we have made recently.
We worked with the fantastic Ian Henderson, and I think you’ll agree that he’s done a great job.
“We wanted something modern and contemporary that really captured the excitement and enthusiasm we all have at LEO Bookkeeping Services.”
“Adding the daring dash of orange really does give us a bright new look.”
What’s new at LEOBS
“The biggest and most exciting change for me is probably that, having completed my latest qualifications, I am now an Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) Licensed Accountant.
“Many people don’t realise that you don’t have to have a formal qualification to be an accountant. However, we take training and continuing professional development very seriously.
“I have to admit that completing these latest qualifications has been demanding, but I’m pleased that all the hard work has been worthwhile and quietly proud to have received confirmation of my AAT License.”
What does it mean to be a Licensed Accountant?
“The License acknowledges both professionalism and compliance and is also confirmation that I’m supervised to meet the requirements of the Money Laundering Regulations.
“The AAT expects members to act with the highest levels of professionalism and we must be aware of all our obligations under the relevant regulations, policies and bye-laws. We must also follow the Code of Professional Ethics and maintain our continuing professional development (CPD).”
AAT Licensed Accountants are regulated to provide accountancy services on a self-employed basis. The services provided by LEOBS are:
Financial accounting and accounts preparation for sole traders and partnerships
Financial accounting and accounts preparation for statutory purposes
Budgeting and forecasting
Value Added Tax
Personal Income Tax
Business Income Tax
Capital Gains Tax
Computerised Accountancy Systems
Company secretarial services
Please do give me a call if you would like to discuss any of these services.
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