Maddie Milner (Accountants Mildenhall)

Maddie joined the Mildenhall office in 2019. She qualified as a full member of the Association of Accounting Technicians in 2022 and is currently studying towards her ACA qualification.

Maddie works in general accounts, is experienced with sole traders and partnership businesses and works closely with clients on Xero during the change to cloud-based accounting.

Outside of work Maddie is a keen member of her local cricket club and Newmarket race course where she spends a lot of her summer. She also enjoys going to the beach with her Cocker Spaniel puppy, Stella.

My Latest Blogs
22nd February 2024 Companies House fees increasing

From 1st May 2024, Companies House fees are increasing. These increases are following the announcement of the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency (ECCT) Bill, which is giving Companies House greater powers in verifying the accuracy of information and tackling economic crime.   Some of the main rises in costs are as follows:   New fee…

16th February 2024 Companies House changes from 4th March 2024

,Find out more about the upcoming Companies House changes from 4th March 2024 here.     Registered email addresses One of the main changes from the 4th March 2024 are Companies House require all companies to provide a registered email address which will be collected within your companies next Confirmation Statement.   New companies will…

4th October 2023 Beware Of New Scam: Companies House Users

There have recently been a number of emails sent to Companies House users from an email address posing as Companies House. The email contains the Companies House logo and threatens that Companies House services will no longer be available from 23rd September unless ‘identification’ is received.   Companies House have warned people ‘Do not reply…

11th May 2023 Class 2 Voluntary NIC 22/23 Explained

From 6th April 2022 (relevant to 2022/23 tax year) Class 2 voluntary NIC does not have to be paid if taxable profits exceed the Class 2 NIC Small Profits Threshold of £6,725, but do not exceed the Class 4 NIC Lower profits Limit of £11,908.   If your total taxable profit sits in between these…