Denise Roberts

Denise Roberts (2)Denise is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants specialising in Tax. Having advised on both corporate and personal tax matters for over 20 years Denise has built up a wealth of experience and her sound financial background ensures that both the tax and commercial aspects of any advice are covered.

As a former senior tax adviser with a Top 4 firm and more recently a tax partner with a top 10 national firm of accountants, Denise has extensive experience in advising entrepreneurs and businesses in all sectors and of all sizes.

Denise has also developed an in depth specialism in R&D Tax credits having previously headed up both a regional and UK team  of specialists and advising UK wide businesses in all sectors. Denise is widely respected in this area and continues to advise one of the top three International Aerospace Manufacturers on such matters. This extensive experience means that she is well placed to advise technology companies on the financial incentives available for R&D including the new Patent Box.

Linked to this specialism Denise has for many years been advising new start up and growing technology businesses including many University spin outs. She understands the importance of good sound holistic advice in those difficult formative years and has been a trusted adviser for many such businesses.

Denise focuses time and effort on getting to understand both the personal and business goals to ensure that advice is tailored, timely and that tax affairs are managed efficiently.




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