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Accounting firm Duncan & Toplis has appointed new heads of service, Damon Tunnicliffe as head of payroll and Graeme Hills as head of tax. The company is experiencing record growth and has recently appointed a CEO, COO, and head of legal services.

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An accounting firm with multiple offices across Lincolnshire, Duncan and Toplis, has recently announced new heads of service. Damon Tunnicliffe has been appointed as the head of payroll, while Graeme Hills has been named the head of tax. Both have been long-standing members of the team, with Tunnicliffe working in the payroll department since 2011 and Hills joining as a corporate and personal tax specialist in 2004.

The promotions come at a time when the company is experiencing a period of record growth. Duncan and Toplis recently appointed its first CEO, COO, and head of legal services, signaling a new strategic direction for the firm. Tunnicliffe expressed his excitement about the new role, stating, “I’m very proud to be promoted to head of payroll and am looking forward to leading the team in an exciting period for payroll services, to ensure we play our part in the group’s new growth strategy.”

Hills also shared his enthusiasm for the new position, saying, “Taking on the role of head of tax is a great opportunity and I’m excited to bring my aspirations for our team to life. Since joining Duncan and Toplis in 2004, I’ve seen it grow from strength to strength, and I hope to build on this as I lead the tax team with a focus on our people, clients, and communities.”

The appointments of Tunnicliffe and Hills demonstrate Duncan and Toplis’ commitment to its employees and clients, as well as its dedication to continued growth and success in the accounting industry.

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