Awards will be “catalyst for future success”

Posted on June 15, 2017 by Wylie & Bisset

Being a finalist in the prestigious Scottish Accountancy & Finance Awards will act as a catalyst for future success.

Joint managing partners Donald McKinnon and Ross McLauchlan described being shortlisted for the award as “a tremendous honour” for the firm.

Donald and Ross were at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow, with Wylie & Bisset colleagues and business contacts, for the Awards ceremony on Wednesday.

Although we missed out on the award,

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Cloud technology

Posted on June 7, 2017 by Wylie & Bisset

We can help you convert to a cloud-based accounting system and will work with software providers of your choice to bring your accounts online. Having a cloud-based accounting package is a significant step towards being prepared for the Making Tax Digital approaching deadlines.

To discuss converting to cloud-based accounting contact either graeme.mcclymont@wyliebisset.com or lorna.wyllie@wyliebisset.com 

 

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Wylie & Bisset wins Accountant in Bankruptcy insolvency contract for record third time

Posted on June 1, 2017 by Wylie & Bisset

Wylie & Bisset LLP has won a contract to deliver insolvency services on behalf of the Scottish Government – the first firm to have been awarded the contract on three consecutive occasions.

The Glasgow-based chartered accountant was awarded the contract for Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB), an executive agency of government which administers the process of personal bankruptcy and records corporate insolvencies in Scotland.

The contract, awarded following a full public procurement exercise,

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