Michael Schiller just loves working for small businesses. Early in his career he gained experience of working on the accounts and tax arrangements of large anonymous companies – good practical experience, yes, but lacking the personal touch that he so adores. Once he started working with Ainsleys he discovered the deeper satisfaction he could gain from helping individuals and small companies. He’s done accounts for builders and bakers to…. well, no candlestick makers, but all manner of professions from comedy club directors to pub landlords, with the occasional woodwind repairer or air conditioning specialist thrown in.
Michael thrives on the challenge of saving you money. In his spare time he likes to relax by playing bridge, but he takes no pleasure in loosing. He brings that same forensic focus to his work as an accountant – and if he can’t save you more money than his fee he is not a happy man. But don’t take our word for it – read the testimonials from some of his customers.
Now Michael counts himself a lucky man – but don’t ask him about his over ground trip from London to Delhi or the various scrapes where he narrowly avoided death. He would, no doubt, be more than happy to tell you. But do, on the other hand, let him share with you a little of his good fortune. Michael brings not just his vast experience as an accountant but the kind of instinctive discretion that is the reason his customers keep returning time after time.