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JamesMorris

Payroll Guru & Office Butler Extraordinaire

JAMES MORRIS – PAYROLL GURU & OFFICE BUTLER EXTRAORDINAIRE

James is our payroll guru with a raft of professional strengths that mean he is incredibly valued by our team and our clients. His reliability and resilience ensure all deadlines are hit, regardless of how challenging they are – a vital skill when you’re in charge of paying people’s wages!

A whizz at explaining things clearly and concisely, James is our pro-communicator, keeping everyone informed and up to date. Married to our co-founder and Director, Michelle, his calm communication skills are appreciated when translating Michelle’s 100mph brain dumps.

Proud of what Ellacott Morris has become and keen to support its growth and progression further, James is excited to see what the future holds.

A lover of ball sports, mainly golf and football (which Michelle states he’s no good at), James is the Ellacott Morris party animal, looking for any excuse to get the party started!  

Recent Blog Posts

Keeping your Company Healthy

JamesMorris
Thursday, January 25, 2024

Do you offer company health insurance for your employees? Have you considered how healthy insurance can impact the overall health of your business and not just your staff?  

Here are our top ten benefits of company health insurance…. 

Letting Out Your Property as a Holiday Home

JamesMorris
Thursday, January 18, 2024

Gaining a rental income by letting out your property as a holiday home is a great way to add another revenue string to your bow, or even as your sole source of income. The important thing is that you are aware of all the rules and regulations before you decide to open your doors… 

Case Study: Elementis

JamesMorris
Thursday, November 9, 2023

As with many of our clients, a business associate recommended Grant at Elementis Boiler Experts to use our accountancy services. Grant was specifically looking for an accountant who used Xero cloud accounting software, having been unimpressed with other packages used by previous accountants that hadn’t met his needs.