Ian Killick

Ian Killick Consultant FCA

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Areas of Expertise

Business development, High Net Worth Individuals, Owner Managed Business, Tax planning

Experience and achievements

Ian joined Plummer Parsons in 1990. He trained in Eastbourne, before setting up his own practice in Hailsham in 1984. He was educated in London and moved to Eastbourne after leaving school. Ian has one son who is now also training to be an accountant in London.

Ian has worked as a general practice partner for over 30 years and built up a good knowledge of how OMB’s tick, as well as implementing tax saving schemes wherever possible.
As a result, Ian’s clients range from small start up businesses to multi-million pound retailers. He also has experience of dealing with investment planning and has passed the Financial Planning Certificate examinations of the Chartered Insurance Institute.

Ian specialises in Architects and Optician practices and has 20 years experience dealing with their unique problems including providing specialist VAT advice and advice over tax efficient business structures.

Outside the office, Ian is a keen gardener and follower of rugby union and tries to watch England and London Irish play as much as possible.


"I am touched that you [Ian Killick] have been so generous in your charges and have told me what they are. When I do Sidmouth accounts it would be great to put in full amount  - just let me know at the time but, like Charles, I would totally trust you and never request any breakdown of costs. I only wish there was more money so you could be properly rewarded for everything you are doing".

Jackie Vance

"Kind regards and my sincere thanks for all your [Ian Killick] invaluable support.  I would have struggled in the extreme to get through it without your input"

Jonathan Cowan, Managing director Cowan & Rutter


Thank you very much for the bound sets of accounts which arrived safely today.
Once again, thank you, to you and Bev for all your hard work.

Kind Regards

Elizabeth Dabell


RIBA Chartered Practice

Thank you Ian