Eq Accountants

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Scottish accountancy firm EQ has revealed plans to triple its turnover within the next five years, following the sale of a major stake to private-equity backed organisation Sumer. EQ are the first accountancy practice in Scotland, and the ninth in the UK, to join Sumer in the last 12 months.

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EQ Accountants have become the seventh and latest firm to join Sumer, a rapidly expanding business services platform delivering professional support to SMEs across the UK. EQ Accountants are a Scottish practice with over 140 staff and 16 partners, based in three offices in Tayside and Fife &nda

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EQ Accountants has appointed Craig Nicol as chief executive officer effective from 1 November 2023. Mr Nicol has worked with EQ as a non-executive director for the last 14 months. Together with the EQ partners he has been focused on the next phase of EQ’s growth journey.

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Despite facing hurdles such as rising costs, staffing issues, and legislative changes, Scotland's hospitality sector has significant opportunities for growth and expansion, according to financial experts from the Cumberland Building Society, Harper Macleod LLP, EQ Accountants LLP, and Graham + Sibba

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Scottish accountancy firm EQ accountants has appointed Caroline McKenna as its new chief operating officer with immediate effect. Ms McKenna will lead the firm’s strategy for people, culture and operational excellence and will be a positive advocate for the company’s culture and strategi

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Scottish business advisory firm, EQ Accountants LLP, has elevated Greg Stapley as a responsible individual (RI) within EQ Audit Services. EQ Audit Services was created to reflect the increased demand for audit expertise in the last few years. The firm’s attention is focused on using the audit

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EQ Accountants LLP has welcomed six new graduate trainees across its Dundee, Forfar and Glenrothes offices. The new trainees are University of Dundee accountancy graduates Fraser Dingwall, Alisha Owen, Amy Sheriff and Helena Drylie; University of Aberdeen accountancy and finance graduate Lewis Strac

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Scottish tax and business consultancy firm EQ Accountants has announced 23 promotions throughout its organisation, with a focus on promoting its home-grown talent. This move comes in response to growing demand for the firm's services, leading to a 27% headcount increase over the past year.

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EQ Accountants has supported Surface Heating Systems Ltd (SHS) with a vendor-initiated management buyout (VIMBO), allowing the owners to release some value from their business and put a robust succession plan in place. Founded in 1997 by directors Mick & Helen Cummings and Andrea Blyth, SHS

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EQ accountants partner Mark Gallacher has announced he will be retiring from his position the tax and business advisory firm on 31 March 2023. After 32 years with the firm, Mr Gallacher has made a significant contribution over that period, starting his journey with JLM, one of its predecessor practi

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EQ Accountants LLP have appointed Ben Connolly as tax manager in their Glenrothes office. Mr Connolly joined EQ last Monday, having previously worked as a client tax manager. He is ACCA qualified with over 10 years’ experience in the profession and is a qualified Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA), b

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EQ Accountants has welcomed eight new graduates as they begin their journey to become chartered accountants. Each year, EQ Accountants provides training contracts to graduates who want to train to become a chartered accountant, delivering an intensive, diverse three-year training programme across ac

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Experienced business advisor Craig Nicol has been appointed as a consultant by EQ Accountants LLP. Craig Nicol, former managing partner of Thorntons Law LLP, will join EQ in August to focus on supporting the firm with its growth ambitions and in enthusing the next generation of advisers. He wil

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Construction firms should assess the tax relief available to them for commercial building projects, according to Dundee-based EQ Accountants. Along with the recent increases in the cost of living, commercial building projects have seen significant increases in costs in terms of materials, transport,

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