About Tim Preece FCCA

A former pupil at Lancaster Royal Grammar School, Tim joined Scott & Wilkinson in 1992 as a trainee after completing a degree in Maths and Economics at Leeds University and qualified as an Accountant in 1996.

Tim was appointed as a partner in 2001 and is responsible for a wide range of owner-managed businesses within the firm.

Married with two children, Tim lives in the Lune Valley and is interested in sport and enjoys the quiet countryside life and spending time with his family. Tim is also a member of his local church.



Claiming the Fifth Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) Grant

16th July 2021

The rules for the fifth grant are similar to the fourth grant in most respects, however, they differ in terms of the level of grant that can be claimed is now dependent on the reduction in turnover of the individual claiming.

Changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS)

5th July 2021

Changes to the CJRS scheme from July through to the end of September will result in employers having to cover a portion of the employee’s actual wages, as well as the national insurance and pension contributions.

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.