Heather Nunn Business Services

26th February 2016

 Heather Nunn Business Services, established in 1983, is an expanding local business offering Bookkeeping, Payroll and Employment Support to a wide range of local businesses, charities, churches and individual holders of social services Personal Budgets.

The business carries out a full range of bookkeeping activities to trial balance, and specialises in supplying up to date financial information, including managing cashflow, budget/actuals and management information reports; working closely with accountants as necessary.  The business has a particularly thorough knowledge of Sage 50 accounts and Sage 50 payroll, but also works with with a range of other desktop software including Quickbooks and Farmplan and also cloud accounting software including Quickbooks, Kashflow, Xero etc., as required. 

The company has recently taken on chartered management accountant Michelle Spratt, ACMA CGMA to strengthen the accounts and payroll offering.

Contact:

Heather Nunn Business Services Ltd.
Womack House, Swaffham Road, Ashill, Norfolk, IP25 7DB    

01760 440837  074979 264047

http://www.hnbusiness.co.uk/

Heather Nunn Business Services holds ICB Practice Licence No. 16603 with the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers.  The ICB is their supervising body in accordance with the Money Laundering Regulations 2007 (MLR).

Heather Nunn Business Services is a Norfolk County Council accredited provider.

 

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