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Rugby under the lights at Rosslyn Park

13 May 2019 • Warrener Stewart News

In early May Warrener Stewart hosted friends old and new to an evening of first class rugby at the Rosslyn Park London Floodlit 7’s.

With the rugby season drawing to a close the weather served a timely reminder that summer is still a little way off, but this certainly didn’t dampen the action.

Through bouts of rain and setting sunshine everyone was treated to a fantastic display of thrilling, fast paced rugby 7’s from some of the best teams in the Premiership, Championship, National and University Leagues. After an extremely hard-fought competition, Harlequins were worthy winners, beating a Rosslyn Park 7 who certainly punched above their weight all evening.

“We are long standing supporters of Rosslyn Park” said Nick Morgan, joint managing director of Warrener Stewart. “Over the years we have brought our friends here many times and it never fails to entertain. It is a fantastic event just a stone’s throw from our Fulham home patch and provides a great opportunity for us to catch up with clients and celebrate the end of a long season with the Club.  As you can see, we couldn’t have been much closer to the action.”

A royal welcome to a possible US tax bill

08 May 2019 • US Tax returns

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Amidst all the hype over the birth of a new royal baby, this latest addition could potentially be liable to pay American tax notes father of two, Damian Talbot, who specialises in UK and US tax.

“America has a complex tax system. At Warrener Stewart we specialise in helping those with US tax responsibilities. We are frequently asked about the tax implications of a child having dual US and UK citizenship. Many parents we see have a similar dilemma to Harry and Meghan that they have a child who is entitled to a US passport.”

Damian, along with several other experts on US tax recently spoke to Harriet Alexander, the New York correspondent for The Telegraph. Read the full article

Alex Eagle promoted to Associate

03 May 2019 • Warrener Stewart News

Since joining the Fulham based chartered accountants, Warrener Stewart, in 2015 Alex Eagle has shown huge enthusiasm for helping and advising the many small and growing business he works with.

In recognition of his contribution the Directors are pleased to announce that they have promoted Alex to Associate in the Firm.

"Alex is a vital part of our team here at Warrener Stewart," remarked Colin Edney, joint managing director. "Over the past three and a half years he has demonstrated great enthusiasm for Warrener Stewart his clients’ businesses and we are excited to congratulate Alex on achieving the next step in his career with us."

Alex will continue grow to his portfolio of clients, helping them with their accountancy needs whether it be advice on how to improve their business or reviewing their financial accounts for compliance.

“I have particularly enjoyed working with small businesses and their owner managers,” notes Alex. “I like being able to work alongside the owners whether they be a sole trader or a larger company. It is highly rewarding to see a business flourish and grow, often as a result of our recommendations.”

Learning while earning at Warrener Stewart

17 April 2019 • Warrener Stewart News

Training on the job is a great way to learn. Each year Chartered Accountants and Chartered Tax Advisors, Warrener Stewart, offers employees training to become a tax specialist or Chartered Accountant. 

Colin Edney, joint managing director of Fulham’s Warrener Stewart explains: 

“Training on the job helps our employees translate theory into practice. Learning to adapt and react to real business situations while applying new knowledge helps our trainees become better accountants and tax advisors. 

“As part of our trainee programme we’ve welcomed Helena Mistry as a trainee Chartered Accountant and given Liz Henry the opportunity to move from her role as a PA to start training to become a tax advisor.” Helena Mistry & Liz Henry
(Pictured l-r): Helena Mistry with Liz Henry

Fresh from graduating with a degree in economics at Manchester University, Helena started out in marketing for a start-up business before deciding to put her numerical and analytical skills to use by becoming an accountant. 

“My short spell in marketing made me realise how much I missed problem solving and being involved with numbers!” says Helena. “I started looking for a varied role with the opportunity to liaise with business owners at a medium sized accountancy firm. Warrener Stewart has a great range of clients from a variety of sectors so I knew working there would appeal to me.” 

After nine years Liz Henry was ready to move from her demanding role supporting the directors to take up the challenge of training to become a tax specialist. 

“For the past nine years I’ve supported the tax department in a variety of ways. It seemed like a natural progression to grow my responsibilities and start studying for the ATT qualification,” says Liz. 

“Initially I’ll be working in personal tax, helping compile information for tax returns and liaising with HMRC about compliance issues. In November I’m taking my first exam to become a tax technician. I’m most looking forward to being involved in more client facing work once I’ve qualified.” 

By investing in their people Warrener Stewart is providing the best possible service to their clients.

Growing the tax department

02 January 2019 • Warrener Stewart News

The arrival of the new year once again heralds the deadline for self-assessment tax returns. In advance of January’s tax deadline and the last-minute rush to complete self assessment tax returns, Fulham based tax accountants, Warrener Stewart has recently recruited another chartered tax advisor, Caroline Stoclin.  

Following a four-year degree studying both French and English law at King’s College London and La Sorbonne, Caroline started work as a solicitor in Paris, where she worked for the prestigious multinational luxury goods conglomerate, LVMH. Upon moving to London to be with her family and raise her three young children, Caroline completed her training to qualify as a Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA).

It was during her degree course that Caroline decided to specialise in tax, enjoying the problem-solving aspect, alongside understanding regulatory compliance. Rather than working within a large corporation, Caroline wanted to join a company like Warrener Stewart who advise many SME’s and owner managed businesses.

“At Warrener Stewart I have the opportunity of liaising closely with clients and using my knowledge of corporation tax and VAT issues to help a wide variety of clients,” noted Caroline. 

Seasonal Greetings

18 December 2018 • Warrener Stewart News

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We hope you have a Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

Our offices will be closed from Monday, 24th December until 2nd January 2018.

This year instead of sending cards we have made a donation to St Mungo's, who work to tackle the causes of homelessness.

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