It’s all about you!

Your focus should always be on running and building your business, which is definitely easier said than done. If you are to achieve this and not become sidetracked, you need trusted and qualified professionals in your corner. This is where Cheltenham Bookkeeping can really help you.

Being qualified means we are always up to date with legislation as during each year we undergo continuous professional development. In addition Cheltenham bookkeeping has a close association with PAH Accounting meaning that we can offer a broad range of full accounting services should you require.

We have a professional and dedicated team.

Richard Cerrone, MAAT

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Richard has been working in the accounting industry since 2006 and worked in a variety of business covering different industries. He studied a degree in Business Studies before completing the AAT qualification.

Richard has worked in all area’s of financial control, including Sales and Purchase ledger, Bank Reconciliation and Credit Control.

As well as a number of bespoke systems within comanies, Richard has used a variety of systems, including Sage, Kashflow and Freeagent as part of his business.

Phil Hendy, FCCA
Support partner

Phil heads up Cheltenham Bookkeeping’s sister company PAH Accounting based in Devizes, Wiltshire. The business offers support and mentoring to Cheltenham Bookkeeping to ensure it is the leading bookkeeping practice in Cheltenham.

Phil has been working in accountancy since 1996 and worked in a variety of practices covering different industries. Starting at the bottom as a Modern Apprentice he learnt from a basic level completing the AAT qualification and working on small business clients. He then moved to Hazlewoods, a top 40 firm and then Moore Stephens, one of the biggest firms in the country. Whilst at Hazlewoods he completed his ACCA qualification. Following a move to Devizes, Phil decided to go it alone, setting a small business with an ethos to help other small businesses. Phil was admitted as a fellow if the ACCA in June 2011.

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