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Tax needs to be at forefront of the minds of all Northern Ireland business owners

Published 24/05/2016

Tom Penman is tax partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore
Tom Penman is tax partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore

Based in Belfast's Clarendon Dock, Baker Tilly Mooney Moore is a leading provider of accountancy and business advisory services to the private, public and voluntary sectors.

It is a member of Baker Tilly International, the world's eighth largest network of independent accounting and business advisory firms. And over the years, the firm has grown significantly and offers a full range of specialist services to clients.

Following the appointment of Tom Penman as tax partner, it has developed a range of specialised tax services for clients as well as providing a full compliance service.

Tom says: "Tax often needs to be at the forefront of the minds of individuals and business owners and proactive structuring and planning is essential to remain fully compliant yet tax efficient at the same time.

"Again the raft of changes in the recent budget offers many opportunities.

"Taxpayers should consider how they hold their business and personal assets, explore how these will be passed down through the generations and how best to structure their business for future growth."

Tom also specialises in dealing with HMRC inquiries and all aspects of income tax and capital gains tax and is a regular lecturer for the major accountancy bodies. He has worked for a range of clients from individuals, partnerships, owner managed businesses to private equity companies, PLCs and large multinational clients.

Individuals and businesses interested in finding out more can book a free initial consultation by contacting Tom on 028 9032 3466 or email

Belfast Telegraph

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