Stephen has been head of the firm’s Peterborough office for over 25 years; this, coupled with 30 years in private practice, enables him to utilise his detailed and varied experience to provide a unique perspective on all aspects of business and personal finance.
Stephen uses his expertise in the fields of accountancy and tax to understand his clients’ personal and business goals, and works closely with them in order to achieve these, helping to clarify what makes the business tick, and identify how best to increase profits and personal wealth.
With his in-depth knowledge and experience of accountancy and tax, Stephen can help to increase profits, lower tax bills, and put more money in the clients’ bank account.
He is involved with a large and diverse range of clients and is always available at the end of a phone or face-to-face to help his clients and, more specifically, answer their questions.
Stephen is co-author of the firm’s Succession Project. This was a report commissioned by the firm to understand how modern generations are approaching the issue of passing wealth from one generation to the next.
Additionally, Stephen lectures on property and tax issues at public seminars and conferences.
Stephen is married and has four children. He and his family live in Stamford, Lincolnshire but also escape to their cottage in Wales to enjoy the countryside, walk the dog and occasionally take an active part on a sheep farm owned by some friends.
Stephen has a keen interest in football, rugby and cricket and is a full member at Lords. Stephen is also interested in shooting and regularly goes shooting clays with his son who has just taken up the sport. In his younger years, Stephen qualified to teach mentally and physically handicapped people to swim.