Posted on 20th September 2017
Associate Tax Director Appointed at MHA Carpenter Box
Andrew Neuman has been appointed as an Associate Director in the Tax Services Group at Gatwick and Worthing-based chartered accountants and chartered tax advisers, MHA Carpenter Box.
Andrew’s accountancy career commenced in Crawley in 2004 with national accountancy firm Baker Tilly, where he trained and specialised in tax, becoming a Chartered Tax Adviser in 2007. He led their Corporate Tax Team, gaining a detailed knowledge across a broad range of tax areas.
Andrew will work from the Gatwick office of MHA Carpenter Box and will help to lead the tax advisory function, helping both business and personal clients to be as tax-efficient as possible. Whether helping finance teams or business owners Andrew’s local knowledge and wide experience of tax planning means that he can give comprehensive advice that is really joined up.
Andrew explains: “I have always worked in the area and since they opened their Gatwick office in 2015, I’ve become familiar with the fact that MHA Carpenter Box is a forward-thinking firm which enjoys a great reputation. Its large client base spans many sectors and the firm has a refreshing client-friendly approach to doing business. I am very much looking forward to having the time to build strong client relationships and before advising them on the best tax-efficient solutions as they grow and prosper.”
Andrew lives and grew up in East Grinstead. Outside of work he has recently put aside his passion for playing cricket and has turned his hand to playing golf – “very badly” he added.
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