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Burgess Hodgson in Canterbury hires chartered tax advisor David Marcussen as consultant

04 August 2014
by Chris Price

A tax advisor has joined chartered accountants Burgess Hodgson as a consultant.

David Marcussen comes to the Canterbury firm having trained with Deloitte in London and run his own company Marcussen Consulting in Bath.

Burgess Hodgson will handle tax compliance operations for Mr Marcussen’s existing clients and use his experience in a department which already features a Chartered Institute prize-winner, a fully-trained tax inspector and 15 chartered tax advisers.

Chartered tax advisor David Marcussen has joined Burgess Hodgson

Chartered tax advisor David Marcussen has joined Burgess Hodgson

Mr Marcussen said: “Being a small firm allows us to be responsive to our clients’ needs.

“We believe our business is innovative and vibrant with an enviable portfolio of entrepreneurial and creative clients.

“With the involvement of the Burgess Hodgson tax department, we will now be able to offer a more structured approach to tax compliance, making sure our clients’ affairs are dealt with efficiently and that taxation is minimised within the overall context of their business plan.”

Burgess Hodgson senior partner Steve Sutton said: “Innovation has always been the lifeblood of Burgess Hodgson.

“The practice prides itself on its forward thinking business advice and with the addition of David Marcussen as a consultant, we can continue to grow our reputation for providing cost-effective, intelligent business solutions and high quality tax expertise.”

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