I joined Lovewell Blake in 2008, after graduating from the University of East Anglia. Until recently, I headed up the tax team within the healthcare department and was responsible for the general management of tax compliance and specialist advice for GP practices and NHS consultants in the region.
Specialising in Tax Consultancy for private clients, I provide a full range of advice and tax planning for businesses and high net worth individuals, based at our Norwich Office.
I qualified as a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) in 2016, gaining membership to the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT). I am also a joint member of The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT).
In my free time, I enjoy playing badminton and like to run regularly with my partner.
My sectors and specialisms
- Healthcare services
- Services to Private clients
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- Tax Compliance
- Advice for GP practices and NHS consultants
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