Managing tax

A huge challenge to individuals and businesses alike, the rules and requirements of tax are complex and constantly evolving. We advise our clients on a range of tax matters and help them build and maintain a suitable tax strategy not only for the present, but for the future too.

Boasting one of the largest independent specialist tax teams in the North East, UNW can cover all your tax needs in one layered, tailored service. Our tax specialists guide and support both businesses and individuals through a range of areas including corporation tax, self-assessment, trusts and estate planning, employment taxes, VAT and R&D relief, amongst many others.

Our clients sleep well at night, sound in the knowledge that their tax affairs are being managed efficiently and effectively.

Steve Lant
Tax Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6069
e: stephenlant@unw.co.uk

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