Tim enjoys providing holistic advice to entrepreneurs, business owners and multinational corporations with particular focus on long term strategic and sustainable growth. He has spoken at and chaired events discussing many tax areas including tax avoidance and tax transparency plus diversity and inclusion matters within the profession.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2019, Tim was Head of Tax and Head of Markets at a top 10 firm where he was also twice elected member of the firm’s UK Executive Board as well as holding international roles. He has also worked in two of the big 4 accountancy firms as well as qualifying as an Inspector of Taxes at HMRC and working in industry.
Beyond haysmacintyre, Tim is a non-executive director for a large UK based, global charity.
In his spare time, Tim enjoys attending sporting events such as rugby and formula 1 as well as travelling.
Melanie has extensive experience of working with early stage managers from launch and supporting them in a full-service outsourced accounting capacity. As well as delivering audit and assurance services, including track record reporting and FCA CASS audits, she supports her clients with RegData reporting, tax advisory and compliance, and set-up, financial management and transaction advice.
Melanie regularly speaks on topical panels at sector specific events, where she has covered areas including Outsourcing and Service Provider Selection and Tax Structuring: LLP vs Limited, and she regularly contributes to sector publications. In 2017 she was a co-contributor to the publication ‘Successfully Launching A Hedge Fund In Europe’, and more recently she contributed to HFM’s special report ‘How to Start A Hedge Fund in Europe.’ Melanie’s contribution to the sector was recently recognised with her ranking in the Top 10 Most Influentional People in Service Provision for the Investment Space by 2&20. Melanie is a member of the ICAEW’s FS Faculty and a regular attendee of AIMA, HFM and 100 Women in Finance events. Beyond haysmacintyre, Melanie is a Non-Executive Director and Vice-Treasurer of HFC Help For Children UK.
In her spare time Melanie enjoys travelling, yoga and cooking.
The majority of Natasha’s clients are dynamic and innovative businesses, with significant external stakeholders. Natasha provides her clients with a range of services, often acting for a company from growth and expansion, on to an event and frequently remains involved in the company beyond that event. She prides herself on developing long lasting client relationships, acting as a sounding board for her clients.
Tash has been honoured as one of Brummell Magazine’s 30 Inspirational Women Champions of Diversity, was awarded Woman of the Year – Practice (National) at the Women in Accountancy and Finance Awards in 2020 and was shortlisted in the Businesswoman Awards as a 2021 Finalist in the Finance Businesswoman of the Year category.
Outside of work Natasha’s three children keep her busy but she also loves music, yoga and getting out and about in London.
Payroll processing is an important, yet increasingly difficult and demanding task, especially with changing regulations such as RTI (Real Time Information) and Auto Enrolment for pensions.
Annual changes in tax codes, pensions, maternity and paternity pay are just some of the complex areas you need to keep up date with if you are to be compliant and keep your employees happy.
Payrolling benefits is the process that allows an employee to pay tax on a month by month basis, through the salary they earn, in the tax year that they received the benefit.
Employers who are intending to payroll benefits and expenses must register their intention to do so with HMRC using the payrolling employees taxable benefits and expenses service, before the start of the tax year (5 April 2021).
The online service for payrolling benefits and expenses means employers do not have to submit form P11D. Employers need to inform HMRC which benefits they wish to payroll during the registration process.
The tax codes for all employees receiving these benefits will be amended, unless the P11D at the end of the year is marked ‘payrolled’. This stops HMRC from collecting tax that has already been deducted from the employees.
If employers miss the registration deadline, they cannot payroll benefits until the following tax year or adopt any other informal arrangements whereby tax is deducted via the payroll.
When you’re ready to consider external investment and employing staff, we can assist to take some of the burden away and ensure your focus remains making your business idea a reality:
- Outsourced accountancy services
- Payroll services
- Seed investment advice
- Cashflow management
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