Corporate Tax Senior Manager joins regional accountancy firm

  • 1st December 2020

Forrester Boyd are delighted to welcome Vicky Prior to the firm as Corporate Tax Senior Manager. Vicky brings with her over 20 years’ experience working in a top 40 accountancy firm with a mix of tax expertise.

For the last 8 years, she has specialised in corporate tax compliance and planning with a particular interest in research and development tax credits, capital allowances, other business reliefs and business reconstructions.

In a time when cash is absolutely king for any business, tax planning and allowances are more crucial now than ever.

Speaking of her appointment Vicky said, “Forrester Boyd’s reputation for providing a great service to their clients throughout the region is well known. Their approach allows them to utilise their combined experience and expertise across all fields to provide a bespoke and personal service. It is this focus on their clients and commitment to investing in their staff that appealed to me the most and I am looking forward to being part of the team.”

Vicky has worked with a wide spectrum of clients ranging from start-up companies through to established multi-million turnover groups and not for profit organisations. She also has experience dealing with complex HMRC enquiries and settlements, tax residency issues and off payroll working. Tax is very complicated and there is no one rule or approach as every business is different and tax legislation is evolving all of the time.

David Everatt, chairman said, “Vicky’s appointment reinforces our commitment to delivering excellence in client service. Vicky’s extensive expertise in corporate tax is a fantastic addition to support the services that we offer our clients. Our focus is to provide a true ‘one-stop-shop’ for business and personal finances. With our accountancy, corporate finance and wealth management services, the expertise from a dedicated tax specialist rounds off that in depth knowledge and we all welcome her to the firm.”

Many businesses are currently looking at how to free up cash in their business, how to deal with the tax implications of the grants, funding and deferment options that we have seen and how to make sure their business is resilient to an ever changing market place. With R&D tax credits and capital allowances being missed by many firms who could be entitled, this really is the ideal time to speak to Vicky to see how she can help.

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