Rachel is a Chartered Tax Adviser, a specialist in providing tax planning advice to entrepreneurs' businesses. Rachel is a firm believer that to provide advice that is effective she has to really understand her client's business, personal goals and aspirations.
As well as heading up the firms Renewable and Sustainable Energy Sector, Rachel has extensive experience in Motor, Agriculture and Manufacturing & Engineering sectors. Much of Rachel's time is spent on transactional work both in the UK and internationally.
She re-joined MacIntyre Hudson's tax department in September 2005 after a period working with a finance house in London, providing sophisticated tax planning products to high net worth individuals and large owner managed businesses. Out of the office Rachel is quick to swap her heels for boots and spend time with her horse.
In less than five months, the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) regulations will make it unlawful for landlords in England and Wales to let commercial or domestic buildings that don’t achieve a minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of ’E’. Almost one in five commercial buildings are F and G-registered, posing a huge challenge for landlords.
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