Happy New Year from everyone at SRK. Check out the SRK Monthly Update to find out how we've started the year.
Our Birmingham team has grown by two.
We are proud to introduce Sunil and Kirsten to SRK Accounting, welcome to the family!
Qualification: ACCA (in progress)
Mini-CV: Background in property and financial accountancy
When not crunching numbers, he's happiest... socialising with friends and family, keeping as fit as possible at the gym
His 'castle in the sky' is a... private tropical island
Make his day with a... happy meal
Client Services Coordinator
Qualification: BA (Hons)
Mini-CV: Teach First Programme for two years, and administrative experience within the finance sector
When she's not hard at work, she's happiest... relaxing at home, reading a good book and travelling to new places.
Her 'castle in the sky' is... exploring European cities.
Make her day with a... good cup of coffee.
Self-Assessment Payment Deadline
The personal tax return deadline is looming. Your 2016/2017 self-assessment payment must reach HMRC by 31/01/2018.
SRK clients should contact their associate with any queries before this date.
23 Days Until We Are Running for Charity - Please Support Us!
As you may know, due to snow, the SRK Accounting Team will now be running the Milton Keynes Winter Half Marathon on the 18th of February 2018! If you know us here at SRK Accounting, you'll know that the majority of us aren't exactly the embodiment of health.
Railway Children is a charity that helps protect lost and vulnerable children from exploitation and abuse. It is estimated that 112,000 children arrive on platforms at 35 stations in India every year. These children are highly vulnerable and an easy target for abusers. Railway Children prevent this horrific outcome by reaching them first.
At the age of 14, Raju was desperate to earn some money for his struggling family in Bihar, Northern India. Tempted by higher wages, he decided to take the 1,250-mile journey to Tamil Nadu, without telling his parents who were left frantically searching for him in nearby villages.
Far away in Namakkal, Raju was made to work in a poultry factory in terrible conditions. He was not properly fed, forced to sleep on a filthy floor and was beaten after being forced to work long hours, before he managed to escape after 1 month.
Thanks to the work of Railway Children Raju was found at one of their Child Friendly Stations. They got to him before traffickers could and as a result he was able to have a hot shower, have something to eat and wear new clothes. Railway Children then reunited him with his family.
These are the children we are running for on the 10th. Please donate what you can to the SRK Team to help a child like Raju.
Free February Event
Financial Mastery: How to Use Your Financial Intelligence to Improve Profits and Maximise Cash - Birmingham - 21st of February - 12pm-1pm
The Countdown is on!
Simon's book is almost here! Sign up for your free digital version and send it to as many business owners that you know to take advantage of his pre-release deal!
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