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RSM appoints new tax partner in Bury St Edmunds

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Andrew Robinson has been appointed as a tax partner at RSM’s Bury St Edmunds office.

At RSM he will focus on providing support to owner controlled businesses, as well as offering advice to not for profit entities and charities across East Anglia. He has advised charities on effectively increasing their incoming resources through the use of gift aid, as well as housing associations in relation to complex housing regeration schemes, from a tax perspective.

Robinson has 19 years of experience advising clients on their tax liabilities, covering a businesses start-up to exiting the market.

By World Tax Researcher, Matt Thompson.  

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