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Warrener Stewart strengthens their tax department

23 May 2018 •

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As advisors to many business owners based near their offices in Fulham, Warrener Stewart has seen a high demand for their tax services, especially for advice on US tax. Due to the complex US tax laws, anyone with a US tax responsibility needs to adhere to the US tax deadlines. Over the past three years Warrener Stewart has grown their US tax department so they can offer one to one advice from qualified US tax specialists.

The latest recruits to the ever-growing US tax department include, pictured left to right; Adrian Harvey, Danielle Byron and Elliot McGahan.

“We are delighted to welcome three new tax specialists to the US department,” commented Damian Talbot who is a qualified Enrolled Agent. “There is an ever-growing demand for bespoke tax advice which has led to us strengthening our tax department with Danielle, Elliott and Adrian, who all want to become Enrolled Agents.”

Upon graduating from National University of Ireland, in Galway, Danielle Byron spent four years working in the US as an accountant. Since returning to the UK she has continued working in US taxation. At the time of joining Warrener Stewart Danielle is working towards becoming an Enrolled Agent, as well as completing her ACCA exams.

Whilst at university in Leeds, studying Law, Elliot McGahan decided to pursue a career in tax having researched and written his dissertation on VAT evasion. Since joining the US tax team at Warrener Stewart he too is studying for the Enrolled Agent qualification. Once qualified as an EA, Elliot also want to work towards his UK tax qualifications by following the ATT and CTA pathway.

Like Elliott and Danielle, Adrian is also studying for his tax qualifications having joined Warrener Stewart on their tax training scheme. An Economics graduate from Royal Holloway University, Adrian initially embarked on a career in tax within Expatriate taxation. Following his move to Warrener Stewart, he is looking forward to enhancing his understanding and expertise of the complex and ever-changing world of taxation by studying to become an Enrolled Agent in the future.

“Attention to detail, breathtaking practicality, demonstrable value and practical implementation has been a Warrener Stewart USP that we've enjoyed and now couldn't live without.”
James Beagrie - Meon Valley Travel Group