New Chartered Tax Adviser for Hart Shaw

20th February 2013

Exam success has resulted in a new Chartered Tax Adviser for Hart Shaw Chartered Accountants & Business Advisers.

Carla Davis recently passed the VAT Specialist route of the Chartered Institute of Taxation examinations. She specialises in VAT advisory work for UK and International businesses. Carla joined Hart Shaw in 2006 after completing her University education and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2008. Carla comments: -I am thrilled to have successfully completed my studies to become a Chartered Tax Adviser." -Success in the exams has brought me a depth of knowledge of VAT and Customs Duties beyond anything a general accounting qualification could have offered. I am excited about expanding Hart Shaw's VAT advisory services, helping our clients with VAT planning and minimising their VAT compliance burden. Steve Vickers, Tax Partner adds: -Everyone at Hart Shaw is delighted for Carla. Passing the VAT specialist route of the Institute's exams is no mean feat. With her natural flair for advisory work, she adds an extra dimension to Hart Shaw's tax advisory services.

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