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Imps partner with Streets Chartered Accountants

1 March 2022

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The Imps have continued their partnership with leading Lincoln-based accountancy firm Streets Chartered Accountants.

Streets Chartered Accountants have a long standing and fond association with Lincoln City FC. The firm was founded in Lincoln in 1907 and since its early years, its staff and partners have all been keen fans of their local team, through thick and thin, the good times and the not so good times.

James Pincbeck, partner at Streets, said: “We are truly impressed with the club and all its does. There is a real sense of community and professionalism all of which engenders not just our support, but also that of the many fans and businesses Streets look after.  

“Like the Imps, Streets have responded to the changing world and whilst we retain our core values, particularly around looking after clients, we continue to work hard to ensure that we meet the needs of clients now and in the future.

“A game plan which has seen the continued growth of our specialist Tax Team, the creation of our payroll bureau, the provision of financial services, the setting up of our own international association of professional firms and the provision of legal services.  All of which we feel ensures we are well placed to look after clients, whether they are looking to start a new business, want to scale up, are looking to trade or invest overseas, or simply just want to ensure their tax affairs are in order.”

Streets have their roots in Lincoln, but now have 16 other offices across the country and are ranked in the top 40 UK accountancy practices in the UK.

Adam Chantrey, City’s head of commercial, added: “I would like to thank James and everyone at Streets Chartered Accountants for their continued support of the club, as seen in continuing as a Bronze Partner.

“They have been part of the architecture of Lincoln as a city for almost as long as the Imps, and I’m sure there is much more to come from them too.”

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