Paul William John FCCA
Paul founded the practice in 1983 and has a wealth of experience of taxation and business advice.
As a registered auditor he looks after regulated clients, including solicitors and charities.
Having stepped down as the finance director at Burnham and Berrow Golf Club, Paul is now able to concentrate on improving his handicap.
Peter John BAEcon (Hons) ACA
After graduating from Manchester University with an economics degree Peter completed his audit training and qualified as a Chartered Accountant before joining the firm in 2013.
Peter looks after the firm’s audit clients with a turnover of up to £70 million and also provides innovative and practical tax advice and solutions to owners on a wide range of business issues.
Peter spends his free time playing for Berrow Football Club and watching Cardiff City FC.
Fay Love MAAT
After completing a secretarial diploma course at Weston College, Fay joined the firm in 1984. She then completed her A level in Accounts before qualifying as a member of the Association of Accounting Technicians in 1993.
Fay specialises in sole trader and limited company accounts and tax matters and supporting clients using cloud accounting.
Fay spends her free time attending aerobics classes and generally trying to keep fit!
Michelle Underhay MAAT
After completing her A levels and a Personal Assistant course at Weston College, Michelle joined the firm in 1995. She then went on to study AAT and became a fully qualified member of the Association of Accounting Technicians in 1998.
Michelle largely deals with clients personal and partnership tax returns, land & property accounts, capital gains tax returns and the setting up of new clients records.
Michelle spends her free time learning to sew, going to yoga and meeting up with friends.
Jamie Ignatidis MAAT
After completing her A levels in Accounts, Business Studies and Mathematics, Jamie joined the firm in 2004. She then went on to study AAT and became a fully qualified member of the Association of Accounting Technicians in 2006.
Jamie specialises in dealing with PAYE matters, incorporation of limited companies and supporting clients using Xero and Sage cloud accounting.
Jamie spends her free time running, baking and chasing around after her young children.
Katie Boyd MAAT
After completing her A Levels in Accounts, Business Studies and Computing, Katie joined the firm in 2006. She then went on to study AAT and became a fully qualified member of the Association of Accounting Technicians in 2008.
Katie specialises in management accounts, dealing with VAT matters and supporting clients using cloud accounting.
Katie likes to spend her time baking, shopping and going to watch local bands play with friends.
Elizabeth joined the firm in 2018 as an apprentice and is currently studying towards her Level 4 Accounting AAT Professional Diploma.
Elizabeth is currently exploring all aspects of accounting including payroll, VAT and statutory accounts, whilst receiving support from her fellow colleagues in her work and studies.
Elizabeth enjoys spends her free time either at the local gym, trying to complete the latest Netflix series or socialising with friends.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
As a valued member of our community, we appreciate the trust you place in us to make sure all your critical services continue.
We are committed to an evidence-led and common-sense approach to containing the coronavirus outbreak and mitigating its impact on employees, customers and our wider business operations.
Please be assured we are preparing for our services to continue as normal. We have business continuity plans in place to minimise the risk of infection and make sure we can continue to deliver a business-as-usual service to our customers should an infection occur at an office. These include implementing clear guidelines for employees, providing support and advice for anyone who needs to self-quarantine, and issuing guidance on following safe hygiene practices across the organisation.
You can find further information on Covid-19 below to keep you updated:
- Guidance for employees, employers and businesses
- Support for business – Scotland
- Government advice to the public
- Number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and risk in the UK
- Advice from the NHS