Dominic Crilly


Dominic Crilly is a Senior Tax Partner at Albert Goodman. Having always specialised in tax, and with a real enthusiasm for the subject, Dominic is acknowledged as a leading tax expert in the South West.

After graduating from Magdalen College, Oxford University, Dominic joined the mixed tax team of a “Big Four” accountancy firm in the City of London. He subsequently moved to the Midlands where he qualified as a Chartered Tax Adviser with another “Big Four” firm, spending five years there, involved purely in tax consultancy.  Dominic joined Albert Goodman in 1996 and has been providing the highest standard of tax consulting ever since.

Dominic’s client base is widely drawn, covering the full range of taxes and all types of individuals and businesses affected by them.  He specialises particularly in providing more advanced tax planning advice to owner-managed businesses and wealthy individuals, but his knowledge is extremely wide, encompassing matters as different as offshore trusts and employee share schemes.

Dominic has written in the national press on topics as diverse as the taxation of seafarers and the proper tax treatment of mineral royalties. He regularly speaks at tax seminars and updates and takes a personal pride in helping individuals and businesses to hold on to as much of their own money as possible.

Over the years Dominic Crilly has also become heavily involved in supporting Albert Goodman’s Farm’s and Estates specialism. Dominic provides tax planning advice to landed estates and farming businesses but his knowledge is extremely wide, encompassing matters such as offshore trusts and inheritance tax planning.

A regular contributor to BBC Somerset’s coverage of The Budget, Dominic has a knack for explaining complex and technical tax policy with great clarity and insight.  Dominic is also a regular contributor to Albert Goodman’s Tax Newsletter which can be downloaded and subscribed to from our Publications Page



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