Lucy Handley

accounts and advisory manager

Lucy Handley is ammu’s accounts and advisory manager. Lucy, a qualified Chartered Accountant, helps our clients with their annual financial statements along with thier management accounts. Lucy has a wealth of experience drawn from working with a variety of sectors including Construction, Hospitality and Manufacturing with a particular focus on start-up companies and SMEs. 

Lucy has a real passion for helping business owners develop good financial literacy. Having worked as a financial controller and in accountancy practices, Lucy provides a unique understanding and financial perspective for our clients. As a Xero Certified Adviser Lucy helps business owners fully understand the numbers and information in their business to make informed decisions that drive the business forward.  

When Lucy is not at work she likes going out for dinner and trying out new restaurants along with sampling cocktails along the way and simply having a good old blether with friends and family. 

Get in touch with Lucy: email lucy@ammu.uk or call 0141 290 0262 

key expertise and skills  

  • Cloud accounting software and implementation (with particular focus on Xero and integrated apps)
  • Producing Management accounts to ensure clients have clear financial insight into their business
  • Year-end statutory accounts
  • Tax compliance not limited to Corporation Tax, Personal Tax and VAT returns

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18 Point Tax Year End Checklist

Before the current tax year ends, it’s worthwhile asking yourself ‘have I utilised all tax allowances and exemptions available to me, my family, and/or business?’. To help you we’ve outlined 18 opportunities that may be available for personal and for […]

capital allowances on plant in residential property

The capital allowance legislation specifically denies tax relief for plant and machinery installed in a dwelling house. However, plant and machinery installed in the common areas of blocks of flats such as hallways, stairs and lift shafts would qualify as […]