TAX ADVISORY PRACTICE has recruited Paul Spenceley as a tax consultant to join its northern practice.
Spenceley has spent nearly 38 years at Deloitte, latterly as senior tax manager for employer solutions. However, he has held several positions in tax departments at the firm during his career there. Spenceley has particular expertise on advising companies on all aspects of employment and personal taxes.
The news coincides with the Tax Advisory Practice’s (TAP’s) announcement that it is due to expand its single practice office to two. It has just celebrated its third anniversary of its City of London office and is now due to open a second one in the area Thorpe Park, near Leeds.
Russ Cahill, partner to head the Leeds office, said: “We already undertake a significant amount of work for the Yorkshire business community, and our new office will help us grow these services.”
Last year, TAP established a team to advise US nationals based in the UK, providing a service that could manage both US and UK tax filing obligations.
The division is headed up by Tameron McDougall, who will take on a partner role from 1 April.
Tameron said: “I am so proud of the incredible progress we have made as a team over the last year, and am delighted to be joining the partner group.”
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