Tel 01772 431233
Our Chartered Accountants practice in the town of Leyland near Preston, Lancashire is just a short hop from the M6, M61, M65 and M55 motorways. We have plenty of free parking available for clients close to the office – please call in to reception to collect a permit when you arrive.
The practice provides a wide range of accounting, audit and business advice services and the experienced senior team are well connected to a wider network of specialist advisors, investors and financial/business protection providers.
Whilst we are happy to prepare your annual accounts, VAT and tax returns, we can also advise on matters such as UK and international tax, tax and inheritance planning, buying or selling a business. We also provide a wide range of business administration and support services such as Payroll, Company Secretarial, Bookkeeping and Management Accounts preparation.
Partner Paul Newsham has many years’ experience in the accounting sector, as well as long term knowledge of business and management consultancy which allows him to help clients to get the most from their business. Specialising in helping owner-managers to develop to grow their business and make it successful, he also has broad experience assisting Sportspeople and Entertainers with business and tax matters.
Partner Gillian Isibor has been with the practice for more than 14 years and specialises in all aspects of technical tax planning for a broad range of situations. Plain speaking, attentive and with a personal approach, she will take the time to get to know your business. Gillian also heads up the Small Business department at RfM Preston, providing invaluable advice and support to new companies as they begin their journey into the world of business.
Lee Tomlinson is Client Manager at RfM Preston. Lee worked at RfM early in his accounting career and returned to the practice last year after nine years in industry. Lee’s experience on the ‘shop floor’, as it were, is great news for RfM’s corporate clients; he has walked in the Director’s shoes, had to make key boardroom decisions and understands the pressures and constraints of running a business.