Liam joined Hillier Hopkins in 2004, initially in our Audit department and he subsequently moved to join our business tax department. He qualified as a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales in 2007 and then became a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation in 2009.
Liam advises a diverse selection of clients in respect of their various accounting and tax affairs. He provides advice to his clients about numerous aspects of tax planning, including items such as structuring, tax mitigation, employee share schemes and remuneration strategies, capital allowances, tax incentivised investments and research and development claims. Liam has developed a specialism in the property and construction industry, particularly in relation to the taxes that have a specific impact in this area, such as CIS and VAT.
In his time at Hillier Hopkins Liam has built an excellent reputation for delivering top class advice and service to his clients.