Saffron Tax brings in former BDO partner

by Calum Fuller

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02 Jul 2014

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TAX ADVICE FIRM Saffron Tax Partners has appointed former BDO man Nicholas Hughes as partner.

Hughes qualified as a solicitor in 1984 and has advised private clients in relation to trust and estate planning matters since, in recent years as a non-practising solicitor. Nicholas was a director at the Chiltern Group and more recently a partner of BDO.

He is a member of STEP and advises UK and international clients on a wide range of trust and tax issues.

Saffron is a boutique tax partnership based in the City and advises on compliance issues, relating to personal, partnership and trust tax returns within the self-assessment regime.

Managing partner Karen Spencer-Smith said: "We are committed to providing the highest calibre specialist tax advice to our clients to enable them to make fully informed decisions. Nicholas brings a wealth of experience and I am delighted that he is joining the team."

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