Local chartered accountants, George Hay, have commenced twelve months of 80-themed activities to mark 80 years since their Biggleswade office was first established, with a donation to Bedfordshire-based charity – The King’s Arms Project.
Accountant, Keith Middleton, reached a significant milestone in his career on 19 August as he celebrated 50 years’ service with George Hay Chartered Accountants.
Keith joined George Hay in August 1968 and was a partner in the firm from 1997-2017.
On Tuesday 20th March, a number of local businesses, including solicitors, estate agents and other professional groups, came together once again to compete, in a bid to win the sought-after George Hay Jubilee Shield.
George Hay Chartered Accountants, based in Letchworth, Biggleswade and Huntingdon, recently helped businesses from across Hertfordshire celebrate success at the biz4Biz Awards 2018.
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A local firm of Chartered Accountants has helped celebrate the successes of the UK’s Small Businesses at a prestigious national awards ceremony.
While measures around the UK’s high-tech economy and a dramatic cut to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for first-time buyers dominated Philip Hammond’s Budget, George Hay Chartered Accountants, which has offices in Biggleswade, Letchworth and Huntingdon, has criticised the lack of support for SMEs.
Nick Willis, Senior Partner at George Hay Chartered Accountants, achieved a significant milestone recently, having celebrated 40 years’ service on 15th August.