About Alan Taylor FCCA

A former pupil at Ripley St Thomas C of E High School in Lancaster, Alan joined Scott & Wilkinson directly from school in 1994 and qualified as an Accountant in 2001.

Alan is the Partner with responsibility for the day-to-day running of the office, for the IT infrastructure of the practice and for monitoring potential new software and industry developments. He also manages the firm’s VAT and book keeping department and takes the lead on implementing and supporting cloud and desktop accounting software, regularly advising clients on the suitablility of Xero, QuickBooks, FreeAgent or Sage for their business needs.

Married with three daughters, Alan is a keen fundraiser and is interested in all sport, especially football, golf and cycling. 



Financial Support Increased for 'Plan for Jobs'

23rd October 2020

Increased funding will be made available for current support schemes such as the Job Support Scheme, Self-employment Income Support Scheme and other Coronavirus Business grants.

New Funding to Support Local Lockdown Business Closures

12th October 2020

The chancellor announced that businesses forced to close due to local lockdowns would receive two additional measures of support, the first is an expansion of the Job Support Scheme which will provide employers with contributions towards employee wages. The second is increased cash grants for the al

Memberships & Accreditations

When appointing a firm of accountants it is important to check that they are appropriately registered and regulated.

Our clients can be assured that Scott & Wilkinson are registered with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales to carry out audit work in the United Kingdom and regulated for a range of investment business activities.

We are also registered with the Chartered Institute of Taxation as a firm of Chartered Tax advisors. 

Any use of the term "partner", if used, indicates a member of Scott & Wilkinson LLP or an employee of Scott & Wilkinson LLP with equivalent standing and does not indicate that a partnership exists for the purposes of the Partnership Act 1980.