What sets Alex apart?

Alex is a corporate tax manager based between Bishop Fleming’s Torquay and Exeter offices, providing expert corporate tax advice to owner managed businesses across the South West and UK.

With eight years of experience working with owner managed businesses, Alex understands the challenges these businesses face and works to ease the compliance burden on the business and provide pragmatic tax advice.

Alex advises on a variety of tax matters including research and development claims, capital allowance enhancement, restructuring and owner’s remuneration planning.

Alex is also responsible for managing tax compliance services for numerous large businesses in a wide range sectors and services, including construction, education & learning and fishing industries.

Alex's service expertise

Research and Development
  • Advising on maximising Research & Development tax credit claims for a wide range of businesses is various sectors
  • Advising on corporate tax compliance, minimising corporation tax liabilities and corporate reorganisations
  • Advising on capital allowance enhancement and maximising tax relief on building and development projects
  • Advising on owner managed businesses remuneration and tax planning throughout the life of the business

Alex's sector expertise

  • Advising marine and fishing industry clients on corporate tax matters including corporate tax compliance, acquisitions and sales
  • Advising property developers and investors on minimising their corporate tax liabilities

Alex provided invaluable support throughout our recent restructure. He explained the various options available clearly so we could choose what was best for our business. He was also great at dealing with our solicitor, ensuring all parties were kept up to date and we kept to our tight timeframe. He was knowledgeable yet approachable and we would have no hesitation in recommending him. 

Alice Bessell ACA, Financial Controller, Brown & Bright Holdings Limited


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