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After completing his A levels Daniel decided to move into accountancy joining a regional practice with offices in Reading and Newbury, studying AAT before moving on to ACCA and qualifying in 2011. He worked mainly with owner managed businesses gaining significant experience in accounting, audit, VAT, payroll, corporate tax and private client tax. Having stayed at this firm for almost 7 years working up to management he decided to gain experience in larger firms including a big four firm in order to work with blue chip clients such as AXA Real Estate, Marks and Spencer as well as large international groups. Daniel joined Stiles and Co in 2018 to head up our Audit Department and Outsourced Finance Team.
Daniel has taken pride in advising across a wide spectrum of clients from large complex group structures to local owner managed businesses across various industries, advising on various accounting and taxation matters, and becoming a specialist in outsourced accounting. He spends a significant amount of time building relationships with our clients, getting to know their business and day to day accounting and taxation needs in order to provide a joined up tailored service. With the ever changing compliance requirements and the shift towards digital record keeping Daniel is able to provide specific advice to clients in dealing with Making Tax Digital and ensuring their record keeping remain compliant with current legislation.
Outside of work Daniel enjoys spending time with his family and children. He enjoys the gym, playing snooker (when he occasionally has time) and enjoys watching sport, in particular football and Formula One.
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