Jamie McLachlan

Business Management Accountant

Jamie McLachlan is a Business Management Accountant, a Certified Xero Adviser and Certified Xero Payroll Adviser. He is currently working towards completing his CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting.

Jamie is an expert in financial analysis, streamlining the finance function, improving controls, procedures, and regular financial performance and KPI reporting.

Working with financial directors and owner-managers, Jamie helps them to break down the steps required to digitise their business processes. He also advises on selecting and implementing cloud accounting software and business applications that provide real time management information that fully supports management accounting and profitability and margin analysis.

Jamie is the go-to person for clients for digital support. Jamie identifies the right package of tools and apps every size of business must have to go digital, stay compliant and make informed decisions.

When Jamie is not digitising businesses or studying, he can be found running on Ayr beach with (and after!) Tequila his dog.

Get in touch with Jamie: email jamie@ammu.uk or call 01292 388 031

Key expertise and skills

  • Management accounting, financial analysis and business reporting
  • Digitisation of finance function and key busines processes
  • Financial monitoring & reporting, setting up KPIs, financial controls and procedures
  • Cloud accounting and business applications
  • Helping SMEs prepare for Making Tax Digital

Visit our Digitisation hub and our cloud accounting and business application pages to find out more.

Jamie McLachlan’s Recent Posts

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Are you ready for MTD?

Making Tax Digital for income tax self-assessment may still be 18 months away, but if you are self-employed or a landlord, it is time to get ready for digital record keeping, ahead of the deadline. MTD ITSA (as it’s known) […]

MTD income tax pilot

The pilot scheme for Making Tax Digital (MTD) for income tax is now open for self-employed workers and landlords. The scheme becomes mandatory for accounting periods commencing on or after 6 April 2023, so those who join now will get […]

£3.75 million to improve rural connectivity

Mobile coverage in some of the most rural parts of Scotland will be improved with an additional £3.75 million investment. A further nine masts are earmarked for the Scottish Borders, Highlands, Angus and island communities, along with three to replace masts […]