Through the Stamford office, businesses and individuals can access a wide range of accountancy and advisory services including audit, tax, payroll, HR, probate, IT and business support.
We provide services in and around the Stamford area including Ketton, Ryhall, Baston and Empingham.
Duncan & Toplis came to Stamford when it acquired the practice of accountants Stephenson Smart more than thirty years ago. The team expanded when we also acquired Burgin Kingston in 1997.
We’re proud to have supported hundreds of businesses and individuals in Stamford and beyond through our accountancy and business advice services and through our support the local charities and good causes.
Many well known Stamford businesses have benefited from our advice and support and we’re passionate about helping businesses and individuals to thrive and overcome any challenges they face.
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 Stamford 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.
Amusement arcades and other businesses could be set for a tax rebate worth billions of pounds after a legal victory for the sector.
A survey by the Association of Practising Accountants (APA), with the support of East Midlands-based Duncan & Toplis, has shown that more than half of firms in the region have seen turnover reduce by more than 50%. Meanwhile, 44% have seen turnover reduce by more than 70%.
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.
Just about everything in life and in business relies on communication. But in an age in which communication technology has rapidly transformed the world and given us a baffling range of means to communicate, it’s easy to forget the importance of speaking face-to-face.
With the day to day pressures of business, the most common method of dealing with process inefficiency and breakdown is through firefighting. We often end up focusing solely on the immediate glaring symptoms of a problem and we overlook the bigger picture.
The largest survey of academy schools in the UK shows schools experienced a budget surplus for the first time since 2015. The Kreston Academies Benchmark Report 2020 analyses the financial situations of nearly 1,500 academies – around 20% of all academies in the UK.
Plans have been approved for Duncan & Toplis’ modern office development as it looks to invest in the area.