Kelly Wilkinson

Tax Consultant

Kelly Wilkinson completed a degree in Accountancy and Financial Management at the University of Gloucestershire before joining the Bristol office of an international accounting firm. Kelly joined Albert Goodman in 2015 and advises clients on a wide range of personal and business tax solutions.


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Budget 2018 Highlights
Budget 2018 Highlights After Theresa May’s promise to end austerity, all eyes were on Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, to see how he would deliver on Mrs May’s promise...
Non-residents and PPR relief
Previously, a Non-UK Resident (“NR”) individual may not have given much thought to whether their UK property qualified for PPR relief given that any gain on the sale of their...
Meet The Tax Team – Hannah Terry

Next up is private client specialist Hannah Terry.   Hannah you are both ACA and CTA qualified. Anymore tax qualifications on your wish list?!   Not a chance! Although I…

Tax implications of staff rewards

Staff parties and events are a great way to reward your workforce following a successful year but it is important to consider the tax implications of staff rewards. There are…

Tax-free Valentines day gifts?

In the UK, we spend almost £1 billion per year on Valentine’s gifts. Fortunately for the lovebirds out there, you can take advantage of some tax free valentines day gifts! Any…

Employees Working Overseas

There are many reasons why your business might have employees working overseas. For example seeking individuals with specialist knowledge, expanding your business overseas or gaining access to new perspectives and ideas. Although…

New non-domiciliary rules

Non-dom drama. New non-domiciliary rules for the UK. Following HMRC’s release of their timely 2014/15 statistics, (this August), which established that non-domiciled taxpayers contributed £9.3bn in tax receipts, the new deemed…

Capital gains tax on transfers to an ISA

The introduction of the personal savings and dividend allowance was welcome relief following the announcement that dividend income within the basic rate band would attract a 7.5% income tax charge….

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