About Us – David Winfield Accountant, Lincoln
Heading up the business is David Winfield, a Chartered Management Accountant with over 20 years of experience in the accountancy profession. Based in Lincoln, he is well equipped to deal with clients across Lincolnshire and surrounding counties.
Starting out in 1989 working for a small firm of Chartered Accountants, David amassed a wealth of experience in business accounting and personal taxation. That experience covered key areas such as self assessment, small business/company accounts, VAT and payroll. Whilst that list is not exhaustive, there is little that he has not experienced in dealing with hundreds of companies over the years.
Having spent the first 10 years in private practice, David decided the time was right to put all that knowledge to the test and to work for a variety of companies holding key posts and advising respective business leaders. Posts in industry included the construction, building services, distribution and project management sectors.
Given this wealth of experience in dealing with all sizes and types of business, no task is too small or too large for us to complete. You can be assured that your affairs will be dealt with in a professional yet personal and straight-forward manner, with both honesty and integrity. We keep our clients informed at all times to ensure they fully understand the processes and how we work to achieve their goals.
David Winfield is a fellow member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants so you can be assured of the highest quality of service that comes with this association.
“Have been very satisfied in the manner in which you have dealt with my accounts during the past year of trading. You always return any messages promptly, advise me on the best course of action for the business and are very competative on price.You provide an excellent service. Many thanks Gus”.
Angus Milson of Millenium Gas Services Ltd
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