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Streets Chartered Accountants appoints new partner

Streets Chartered Accountants has appointed Andrew Park to its London tax advisory boutique, Streets Myton Mulholland Tax Advisory, as a partner.

He will head up Streets’ specialist tax enquiries and disclosure work in London.

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According to the firm, he will be joining a “growing number of senior and well-respected” tax professionals who provide specialist tax advisory services to clients in London, nationally and internationally.

Park is a chartered accountant and full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

Park said: “HMRC has adopted an increasingly aggressive stance with taxpayers over recent years. Parliament has also granted, and continues to grant HMRC, an ever-increasing range of new powers and punitive measures.

“Accordingly, dealing with tax enquiries and voluntary disclosures has become an ever more specialist field. Taxpayers are coming under ever greater risk of unnecessarily adverse outcomes when their tax affairs are scrutinised by HMRC unless they seek advice and assistance from experienced specialists. I am delighted to bring that expertise to Streets.

Chairman and managing partner, Paul Tutin, said: “We have experienced strong demand for specialist tax advisory work both from within our client base and also from non clients. In response to this we have established a dedicated tax boutique to compliment the work of our general tax practice.

“This reflects the need to appoint niche, specialist and well experienced individuals capable of providing advice and solutions to those with increasingly complex tax affairs.”

He added: “We are therefore very fortunate to have secured the appointment of Andrew Park, a widely respected practitioner who not only deals with the often complex aspects of resolving investigations, but is also someone who can assist with voluntary disclosures.”

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