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Oxford 01865 559900 | Abingdon 01235 548700 | Cirencester 01285 659778
Lee joined Wenn Townsend in 2004 and is the tax partner for the firm. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant and had a general practice background, before specialising in tax.
He is now an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, and a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales Tax Faculty. An expert in his field, Lee looks after the tax affairs of a range of individuals and trusts; his client portfolio includes high net worth individuals, authors and academics, as well as a number of non-resident and non-domiciled individuals. In doing so he deals with income, capital gains and inheritance taxes, and also works closely with the firm’s independent financial advisers to provide holistic planning advice. In addition, he provides specialist corporate tax planning advice on areas such as share valuations, tax aspects of corporate finance, incorporation and VAT. Lee is also experienced in handling HMRC enquiries and investigations for both business and private clients. As well as acting as a trustee for a number of family trusts, Lee is Treasurer for the Friends of the Bate Collection in Oxford, which is one of the most magnificent collections of musical instruments in the world.
Telephone: 01865 559900
HMRC says it will accept coronavirus (COVID-19) as a reasonable excuse for the late filing of self assessment tax returns.
15 Jan 2021
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