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Salisbury and Company’s Andrew Rainford is celebrating 10 years in the business by reaching the tax industry’s highest level of expertise.
Our tax advisor has passed the rigorous Chartered Tax Adviser exams required to attain chartered status.
The 30-year-old from Colwyn Bay sat four papers and two online assessments, and needed at least three years’ practice experience to pass the exams.
He will now become a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, the UK’s leading professional body on tax.
Andrew self-studied for the exams with our support and since joining us in Ma... read the full story
HE’S handled financial matters for posh burger restaurants and international noodle bars from the world’s financial capital.
But it was always Andrew Rainford’s intention to leave London and return to his native North Wales after learning his profession.
Now just a few exams away from attaining one of the UK’s highest qualifications in tax handling, the 29-year-old has landed a plum role within St Asaph-based accountancy practice Salisbury and Company.
The firm has added Andrew to its tax affairs handling and advice team, and one of his first roles was to help launch the compa... read the full story
Salisbury and Company have opened a High Street “Tax shop” that gives customers instant access to Tax and Accountancy advice.
We have converted the former Lloyds Bank on Everard Road in Rhos on Sea into a ‘shop’ and office where people can call in and speak to specialists.
With an out-of-hours service and no prior appointments needed, we will offer Tax and Accounting services within Rhos on Sea and surrounding areas to sole traders, partnerships, limited companies, property owners, the retired, and others requiring assistance with their Tax issues.
With more severe penalties i... read the full story
A St Asaph accountancy practice is in the running for an Arts and Business Cymru award after being nominated by a director of the annual music festival the business supports.
Salisbury and Company has also been singled out by North Wales International Music Festival (NWIMF) artistic director Ann Atkinson for taking part in unique employee workshops that used musical learning to improve business skills.
The annual Arts and Business Cymru Awards encourage, acknowledge and celebrate exemplary partnerships between business and the arts across Wales.
Salisbury has been entered into two cat... read the full story
ACCOUNTANTS are very good with numbers. But how do they fare with musical numbers?
At Salisbury and Company in St Asaph, rather harmoniously it seems!
Staff have been put through their paces by mezzo soprano and choral conductor Ann Atkinson as part of a unique Arts and Business Cymru initiative to improve business skills through musical techniques.
By listening carefully to and conducting colleagues in rhythm and song, the accountants learned a little more about how to listen and lead, as well as work better together as a team.
Director Jeremy Salisbury, whose firm supports the No... read the full story
WHEN schoolgirl Ceri Jones did work experience at Salisbury and Company several years ago, Aled Roberts had only just passed his final chartered exams.
Now a company director, Aled interviewed and hired university graduate Ceri for the role of trainee chartered accountant, and the company’s successful recruitment wheel turned full circle.
Ceri, 22, from Betws-yn-Rhos and fellow new-starter Sophie Haywood, 20, have become the latest young people from the local area to be recruited by Salisbury on full training contracts.
With hard work, both women now have the opportunity to foll... read the full story