- Charities, mutual trading and not for- profit entities
- The OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project
- MA in Natural Sciences (Chemistry) at Peterhouse, Cambridge
- Member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
- Charity & Not for Profit
- International tax - both impact on UK & overseas business operations
- Group restructuring & demergers
Tabitha Hutton joined Kreston Reeves’ London office audit and advisory team as a newly qualified Chartered Accountant at the beginning of 2013. Tabitha started her training at PwC in the Banking & Capital Markets department, specialising in investment funds and structured finance vehicles before qualifying with Spofforths. In 2016 Spofforths subsequently merged with Kreston Reeves.
Tabitha now works within Kreston Reeves’ corporation tax team providing compliance services and advice to a diverse range of clients. She works within the team to provide clients with a complete tax compliance and advisory service, assisting clients ranging from start-ups making R&D claims to groups looking to restructure.
Tabitha is also one of the firm’s Charities & Not-for-Profit tax specialists and advises on matters such as Gift Aid, Mutual trading, Community Interest Companies etc. often in collaboration with our VAT team. She also has a particular interest in international tax, especially the changing taxation landscape as a result of the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project. This has lead to advising both UK companies operating internationally and overseas groups entering the UK and EU markets.
Tabitha has a life long interest in European and World history, which sees her regularly exploring the myriad of London museums. She also enjoys sewing for both herself and others, especially the challenge of working with vintage patterns and fabric.