Jenny Moves into Management at Hawsons

12th February 2014

A chartered tax advisor who started her career with HM Revenue and Customs has taken over a management position with Sheffield-based independent chartered accountants and specialist business advisors Hawsons.

Jenny Waghorn, who joined Hawsons, of Glossop Road, in November 2010, is now Personal Tax Manager at the firm's Sheffield office and is responsible for managing the personal tax affairs of clients. She specialised in small business compliance with HMRC and then moved into practice, working for several firms before joining Hawsons. Jenny is a fully qualified member of both the Association of Taxation Technicians and the Chartered Institute of Tax. Martyn Weatherall, Senior Partner at Hawsons said; -We are delighted to announce the appointment of Jenny. She has thoroughly earned this promotion and will have an important role to play in the continued success of the firm.

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