General Data Protection Regulations Privacy Policy

Your trust is important to us.

Our privacy policy outlines how we collect, store and use your personal data.

We collect personal data to ensure that we are able to provide the best possible service to our clients.  It is initially collected when we agree our terms of engagement and from there we also record information provided by organisations such as Companies House and HM Revenue and Customs.

We only share this data with third parties if it is necessary in providing our services. For example, when contacting HM Revenue & Customs. We will provide data to third parties at your explicit request.  In some cases we may be forced by law to provide data.

Your rights include the option of seeing the data we hold about you and to update the information.  Any changes should be reported to info@thejohndoylepartnership.com.

This is a link to the full policy document.


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BIDS Business Introduction Discount Scheme

1. An existing client introduces a new potential client.
2. The new client signs our Terms of Engagement and then pays their first invoice.
3. The original client receives a discount from their next fee.

Current Discounts:

New Client fee up to £300  = discount £25
New Client fee up to £600  = discount £50
New Client fee above £600 = discount £65
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Cold Calling Policy:

There are no circumstances under which The John Doyle Partnership would use cold calling as a method of attracting new business to the partnership.  In our opinion, in many cases, this unwanted practice only serves to bring the accountancy profession into disrepute and is a constant source of irritation for small business.