Michael Jones - Egan Roberts Accountants Ribchester Lancashire
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Michael Jones

Michael Jones

Email me direct: michael@egan.co.ukMichael Jones Accountant Lancashire


Michael joined the firm in 2015 and is currently working towards his AAT qualification.

Once completed, he will start sitting his professional exams to become a qualified accountant.


Michael mainly prepares accounts and tax returns. He also bookkeeps and prepares VAT returns for a variety of our clients using Xero software.


Outside of work, Michael is an avid Blackburn Rovers fan and holds a season ticket as unlike some of his work colleagues (Steven) he hasn’t joined in the boycott!

He also attempts to play football (just for fun) and enjoys socialising with his teammates.


Michael also enjoys snooker and recently watched Ronnie O’Sullivan in action at The UK Championship.



Favourite Football Club: Blackburn Rovers

Place you would most like to visit: Rome or Tokyo

Place you would most like to live: Mallorca

Person you would most like to meet: Liam Gallagher

Most famous person ever met: Jamie Redknapp

What do you hate most: Burnley FC

Favourite restaurant: Diablitos, Mallorca

Favourite book / movie: Game of Thrones / Django Unchained

One of the scariest things you’ve ever done: Agreed to do Tough Mudder

Accomplishment you are most proud of: Gaining my Xero certification

Car you would most like to own: BMW i8

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