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Mitchell Charlesworth bolsters tax team with director appointment

Mitchell Charlesworth has bolstered its tax team with the appointment of a new director of tax.

Aaron Phillips has over twenty years of experience in both personal and business tax planning. He qualified as a Chartered Tax Adviser in 2005 and became a Fellow of the Association of Tax Technicians in 2011.

With experience of both personal and business taxes, Aaron will be responsible for identifying and advising on tax planning opportunities for both owner managed businesses and high net worth individuals. He will deliver tax advice on a range of specialisms including business succession, capital gains tax and inheritance tax planning.

Aaron rejoins the firm after having spent 6 years at McLintocks and will be based in Mitchell Charlesworth’s Chester office.

Mitchell Charlesworth tax partner Tim Adcock said: “We are delighted to announce Aaron’s return to Mitchell Charlesworth. During this challenging time for businesses and individuals, we continue to recruit high calibre people to ensure we can fully support our clients. Aaron’s significant experience, capabilities and knowledge will further boost the high quality, specialist tax advice we deliver.”

Commenting on his new role, Aaron said: “Mitchell Charlesworth is a well-established and highly respected firm that places great emphasis on service and the quality of advice to clients, therefore the opportunity to rejoin the firm is one that I could not pass up. They have a really strong tax team which I am delighted to become a part of.”

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