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James Comer

Practice Manager

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Specialist areas

  • Business analysis & support
  • Management reporting
  • Budgets & forecasts
  • Cash flow management
  • Statutory reporting

James is an FCCA qualified accountant with decades of experience working in practice. Before joining Whittock Consulting, he worked for a number of firms in the Bristol area overseeing and providing compliance services to clients. James is a big advocate of using cloud software and apps to make clients lives easier. He enjoys streamlining clients accounting systems to improve efficiencies and the quality of the useable data. Outside of work, James enjoys spending time with his family, football and looking after the family dog.

"WCL has a unique offer. They have quickly become our trusted business partners for all things finance and legal. What a great asset to have. I’d highly recommend them."
Manufacturing company owner

Latest news

Companies House – a few changes

Companies House has issued guidance to its customers regarding accessing its services during the ongoing pandemic. Companies House is trying to make access easier utilising electronic means. As such it is encouraging us where possible to meet filing requirements via the online portal. Currently accounts, confirmation statements, certain changes to the company and closure can […]

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Have referees blown the whistle on IR35 rulings?

When the English football season was paused due to Covid-19 you may have been missing your football fix. However, during this time a very important football match was being played out. The two teams? HMRC v Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) or referees to you and I. What happened pre-match? Premier League referees are […]

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Goodbye Job Retention Scheme, Hello Job Support Scheme

As of 31st October 2020, the Government’s current job retention scheme will cease. Currently employers can claim up to 70% of an employee’s wages who is on furlough subject to the salary cap. However, last week the Chancellor announced a further scheme aimed to continue to assist employers and prevent unnecessary redundancies. What is the […]

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