PracticeAccounting FirmsTenon to boost tax staff, fees by 50% plus

Tenon to boost tax staff, fees by 50% plus

Tenon is embarking on an aggressive recruitment drive to boost its tax staff numbers and fee income by more than 50% in 2008

Tenon is
launching an aggressive recruitment drive aimed at boosting fee income to £5m
over the next 12 months, while staff numbers will be expanded to about 45.

The UK-wide firm, which specialises in servicing the needs of entrepreneurs,
claims to be the biggest tax practice in Scotland outside of the Big Four,
generating more than £3m in fee income through its tax services alone.

Aidan McLaughlin, newly appointed head of Tenon tax in Scotland, said the
investment would create exciting opportunities for ambitious tax professionals
who would like to work with Scotland’s leading entrepreneurs.

‘Tax is one of the biggest issues for entrepreneurs – both from a business
perspective and a personal perspective,’ he said.

Further reading:

Sanger to look at CGT alternatives

Tenon posts double-digit growth

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