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Latest Newby Castleman recruit expands tax team

Kirsty Hall

Kirsty Hall

Leading chartered accountants Newby Castleman has once again expanded its team with the addition of a new Tax Consultant.

Kirsty Hall (24) from Loughborough has recently joined the tax department at the firm’s Leicester based office. Her main duties will involve tax compliance work and overseeing personal returns.

Moving into accountancy straight from college, Kirsty previously worked at a small chartered accountancy firm in Loughborough for seven years before taking up her new role at Newby Castleman. Outside of work she is a keen Moto GP fan and enjoys doing a spot of DIY.

Kirsty comments, “After gaining valuable experience in a smaller firm, I was keen to specialise in tax and progress my development further. The role at Newby Castleman provided the perfect opportunity to do just this and in the short time I have been here, I have thoroughly enjoyed handling my own clients and getting to know how the firm works. Everyone has been extremely welcoming and I’m looking forward to my future here.”

Managing Partner, Chris Castleman, comments, “Kirsty is an excellent addition to our tax team and her wealth of knowledge and experience will be valuable to both us as a firm and our clients alike. This new appointment also reaffirms our commitment to providing a high standard throughout all our services, offering our clients the best possible advice and expertise.”

Newby Castleman is one of the UK’s leading independent accountancy practices offering a range of specialist financial services, business and tax advice for individuals and businesses. Its head office can be found on Regent Road, Leicester and a branch office is located in Forest Road, Loughborough. To find out more about its full portfolio of services, download the free Newby Castleman app from The App Store or Google Play, telephone the Leicester branch on 0116 254 9262, the Loughborough branch on 01509 263500 or visit the website at www.newbycastleman.co.uk.

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