Our purpose-built office in Lincoln opened in 2001 and is one of our largest offices in the region.
Our Lincoln office provides a range of accountancy and business advice services to businesses and individuals in areas including North Hykeham, South Hykeham, Skellingthorpe, Bracebridge Heath and Nettleham as well as the city of Lincoln.
Services which can be accessed through our Lincoln office include audit, tax, payroll, HR, probate, IT and business support.
Many well known Lincoln brands have benefited from our dedicated financial and business advice and we understand the needs of Lincoln businesses. We’re proud of the support we give to the local community through our services and our charitable work.
Through our 11 offices across the East Midlands, Duncan & Toplis provides the dedication and attention to detail of a local practice, but with the level of service, knowledge and expertise of a large firm.
As members of Kreston International, one of the largest networks of accountants in the world, our Lincoln office can help your business connect with markets and customers around the globe.
Duncan & Toplis proudly holds the title of ICAEW East Midlands Large Accountancy Firm of the Year.
Four accountants and business advisers at Duncan & Toplis have been appointed to some of the top jobs in the company.
Duncan & Toplis, which is one of the largest accountancy and business advice companies in the Midlands, has appointed two new directors and two new associates.
The nationwide lockdown which began last weekend came just as businesses in the county’s leisure and tourism sector were expecting to increase trade following winter.
With Brexit still being far from predictable, UK businesses find themselves in an unenviable position. Do they prepare for years of disruption, import tariffs, conflicting standards and miles of red tape, or will the conclusion of the Brexit process lead to a simple, clear and frictionless trading environment that opens up new opportunities?
East Midlands accountancy group Duncan & Toplis has made three new senior-level appointments, electing a new member to its Management Board and appointing two new directors at its offices in Louth and Grantham.