Offshore Tax Disclosure Facility including the Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility and the Worldwide Disclosure Facility.
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Partner - Personal Tax
Debbie is a Chartered Tax Adviser with over two decades of experience advising Private Clients with complex international tax affairs, including non-UK residents, non-domiciled individuals, trusts and personal investment companies.
Manager - Personal Tax
Andrew manages the firms personal tax department, including a portfolio of personal tax clients such as High Net Worth Individuals, Self Employed, Directors, Landlords, Non-Residents and Partnerships.
Tax Manager (ex-HMRC)
Diane has 38 years of experience in tax starting with 6 years at H M Revenue & Customs. She now manages a portfolio of 350 personal tax clients including high net worth individuals, Barristers, Self Employed, Directors, Non-Residents and Partnerships.
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