• Saying “You’re Hired!” to Apprentices Just Got Easier

    Apprentices have always been an important part of the Whyfield story. We see them as vital team members that are nurtured in a very specific ‘Whyfield way’, a modern way of thinking for our clients in the digital age. These apprentices are invariably young and fresh and help us redefine the traditional view of what

  • New faces relish the chance to progress

    With continued growth throughout 2018, we’re really pleased to have created new career paths for two aspiring young accountants. Rachael Walton and Tabitha Lawer have joined us as Apprentice Accounts Assistants – providing valuable support to clients and the team whilst studying for professional qualifications. Rachael Walton joins with accountancy practice experience gained at Devon-based firms after studying her A-levels.

  • What does the 2018 Budget mean for your business?

    The Chancellor Philip Hammond stood up at the despatch box to deliver what was expected to be the last Budget before Brexit. Due to pessimistic forecasts by the Office of Budget Responsibly, he actually had billions more to play with thanks to better than expected tax collections. With the “era of austerity finally coming to

  • Growth never stops at Whyfield

    Two talented accountants at Truro firm Whyfield are looking forward to the next stage of their careers after passing their final Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) exams.  Jess Crook and Josh Collett have passed the fourth and final level AAT exams last year to become fully qualified accountants. Both have progressed right through the AAT route which enables them to

  • Two new accountants make the move to Whyfield

    Accountancy firm Whyfield has continued its rapid expansion with the arrival of two experienced accountancy professionals. Laura Booth and Annabelle Forrest have joined the Truro-based firm to meet continued demand from its growing client list. Whyfield now has a team of 11 after expanding by 50% over the past 12 months thanks to its modern approach enabling clients to have

  • Apprentice Job Vacancy

    Employer Description Whyfield is a well-established accounting and bookkeeping firm based in Threemilestone, which is just outside of Truro.  They offer support to businesses of all sizes including sole-traders, partnerships and limited companies.  The turnover of these businesses can range from several hundreds of pounds to several millions of pounds. Specialisms within the team include