Emma Nash has over 30 years of experience in accountancy. Obtaining her practicing certificate in the 1990s, she started off practicing in her own name for a number of years on a varied client base before taking an appointment as a Practice Manager for a local firm of Chartered Accountants in Warwick. In 2008, she helped set up Chapman Nash as Co-Owner alongside Jeremy Chapman. The business has been trading successfully until 2021 when it was acquired as the Warwick office of BK plus.
With a portfolio of business and personal clients to include full discussion and agreement on possible areas for improvement and tax minimisation, she also provides ad-hoc related advice when required and develops tailored advice when opportunities or new legislation arises. Emma has a tenacious attitude towards efficiency, ensuring that accounting and control systems compliment the business without being unnecessarily complex.
Emma specialises in; account preparation and corporate taxation of SMEs, personal and capital gain taxation for individual and sole traders/ partnerships, other compliance issues and assistance with the development of management information and improving your accounting systems.
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