NEWLY-LAUNCHED medical accountancy firm BW Medical Accountants has strengthened its tax team with the appointment of two specialists.
The firm, which is the sister company to Newcastle-based independent financial advisers Blackett Walker, has appointed David Elliot, a tax specialist with over 27 years in the financial services industry, as medical tax manager and Peter Waller as the its head of tax
Elliot has worked exclusively for over 20 years within the health-care industry, specialising in tax compliance, having begun his career at the Inland Revenue as an administrative tax assistant, before joining RMT Accountants.
He will oversee the tax compliance of BW Medical's client base and have responsibility for the compilation of internal tax registers, tracking and recording systems, the firm said.
Waller, who started his accountancy career in 1979 at Spicer and Openheim (now Deloitte), also moved to RMT Accountants before joining BW Medical, where he will have irresponsibility for all the medical partnerships' tax and accountancy requirements, including superannuation claims.
The firm was set up in July 2013 to provide specialist accountancy, tax and financial planning services , including tax planning, cash-flow forecasting and budgeting, strategic investment and retirement planning, to medical professionals across the north east of England and throughout the UK.
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