Mitchell Charlesworth hires two tax managers

Mitchell Charlesworth hires two tax managers

Phil Hartley and Phillippa Britchford have been appointed by the firm to deliver corporate and personal tax services

Mitchell Charlesworth has announced the hiring of two new managers in its tax team.

Phil Hartley and Phillippa Britchford have been appointed by the north-west accountancy firm.

Hartley has joined from Haleys Business Advisers and has more than eight years of experience in dealing with owner-managed businesses. He has particular expertise in owner-managed business tax planning, corporation tax planning, and research and development tax relief claims.

Britchford joins the firm after ten years’ experience at other Cheshire accountancy firms, having previously worked at Mitchell Charlesworth completing accounts and audits. She has expertise in personal tax and will look after personal tax clients at the firm, with a focus on residency issues.

Commenting on his appointment, Hartley said: “Mitchell Charlesworth has a well-established tax practice which provides a high-quality service to a range of clients and I’m looking forward to working closely with the team as we build on this together.”

Britchford said: “Having previously worked at Mitchell Charlesworth, I was aware of the excellent team that they already had and was keen to join it again to bring both my own experience and to further develop my knowledge. I look forward to developing long term relationships with my clients, and helping them plan for their future in the most tax efficient manner.”

Partner and head of Mitchell Charlesworth’s tax team Tim Adcock added: “As a firm we are continually investing in our team and recruiting the best talent we can to enable us to deliver the highest-quality service to our clients. Phil and Phillippa’s knowledge and expertise make them both key additions to the team. It’s great to have them on board.”

Mitchell Charlesworth was formed more than 130 years and now employs over 160 staff across five offices located in Manchester, Liverpool, Widnes, Warrington and Chester.

The firm placed at number 61 in the Top 50+50 Accountancy Firms 2017.

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