Elaine Grose

Senior Tax Manager

Originally from Cornwall but now a proud Exeter resident,  Elaine Grose has been advising owner managers since 2004 and has enjoyed the wide-ranging experience as a tax consultant. Her working week can range from advising businesses on employee share schemes, corporate and property transactions to individual tax advisory.

Elaine joined Albert Goodman in 2016 and is a senior manager within the tax department working with a wide range of business and personal tax clients. Elaine is also the editor of Albert Goodman’s popular tax newsletter.

Outside of work, Elaine is a keen amateur horticulturist and likes nothing better than a long summer afternoon in the garden.


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Land Remediation Relief

  Have you acquired land which is either derelict or in a contaminated state and are you missing out on corporation tax relief? In this article, we look at Land Remediation…

What next for 2019? A new tax year…

As the 31st January tax return filing deadline passes, another one looms! The 5th April signifies the end of another tax year, leaving two months to ensure your 2018/19 tax…

Principal Private Residence and Home Development
Home development Principal Private Residence (PPR) relief was introduced to ensure a home owner could invest the net proceeds from sale, into a replacement home without suffering a tax charge....
Tax-free sale

Tax-free sale The employee shareholder status ending after a relatively short life seemed a disappointing step-back in the drive for wider employee ownership. However, the Government has kept in place…

Sharing Success

Sharing success When considering what you have in your arsenal to attract and retain a skilled workforce a share offering can, on occasion, be the most effective solution. The share…

Future Proofing Your Business

Future Proofing Your Business In business, staff are often your most valuable asset.  You want to ensure you keep good dedicated productive staff and incentivise them sufficiently so they remain…

Company perspective: the S/EIS process

The first fairly obvious thing to state; if the external investor does not understand where the company is generating its value, how can he or she determine where the future…

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