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We work with all sorts of clients, from large corporations to small start-ups and families, providing a truly personal service to each and every one.

Sectors

From academies and agriculture to travel and tourism, our clients come from all corners of business. Our team of experts provides experience and advice to businesses in a variety of sectors.

About us

Forrester Boyd is one of the largest independent chartered accountancy practices in Lincolnshire and the Humber region. Our focus on people, both clients and employees, is at the heart of our success.

Meet the team

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Now based in six offices across Lincolnshire and the Humber region, our teams are perfectly placed to work closely with you. Please don't hesitate to get in touch.

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Adam Millson
Limited Company

Tell me more about when I can't take a dividend

You can’t take dividends out of your company if it has insufficient distributable proft. You can pay yourself a salary, but not dividends because dividends by their nature are a distribution of profit. Check out our handy guide for more information on this topic.

Toni Beecroft
General

How long do I need to keep my business records?

Businesses and companies must keep records about the company itself along with financial and accounting records. We have created a handy guide on the types of records that need to be kept and how long they have to be kept by law.

Neal Watford
General

Becoming a Forrester Boyd client

Sometimes it seems daunting at the thought of changing accountants. That's why we have created this useful document to show you how easy it is to become a client in 3 easy steps!

Matthew Priest
Tax

Christmas Gifts to staff and clients

All you need know about Christmas gifts to staff, including cash or vouchers. Plus we cover whether a Christmas party really is tax free.

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We’re always happy to answer any questions you might have, so please get in touch and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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