Craig Walker

Tax Director, Sheffield

Craig is a Chartered Tax Advisor and member of the Association of Taxation Technicians. He is highly experienced and has a wealth of knowledge, having worked at a large regional firm of Chartered Accountants and a top 20 firm.

Craig provides practical tax advice and support to a wide range of clients and business types. He advises on all matters tax related, both corporate and personal, including income, capital gains and inheritance. Craig has extensive knowledge of trusts and estates and is a member of the prestigious Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners. He is also highly experienced at providing tax advice to international clients and holds the STEP Advanced Certificate in UK Tax for International Clients.

Craig Walker Tax Director

Craig Walker

Tax Director, Sheffield

0114 266 7141

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Craig’s recent articles

Two Promotions at Hawsons Doncaster office

The Partners of Hawsons are pleased to announce two new promotions at the firm’s Doncaster office. Effective from 1 April 2021 Dan Wood is promoted to Partner and James Snipe to Audit Manager.   Dan WoodDan trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with...

R&D cap announced

R&D cap announced

The government has announced a cap on the amount of payable tax credit that a company can claim for Research and Development (R&D). The cap will be £20,000 per period plus 300% of the PAYE and NIC payable for the period. This will take effect for periods starting...

Introducing the Super-deduction

What is the Super-deduction? The super-deduction is a 130% first-year capital allowance for qualifying plant and machinery assets. There is also a less generous 50% first-year allowance for assets qualifying for the special rate pool. The super-deduction will allow...

Budget 2021: When is the Budget?

Budget 2021: When is the Budget?

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his 2021 Budget on Wednesday 3rd March 2021.   What time is the Budget? The Budget is expected to take place at about 12:30 pm, straight after PMQs. The first part of the statement typically begins with a review of the...

Changes to the off-payroll working rules from April 2021

Changes to the off-payroll working rules from April 2021

If your business utilises subcontractors who provide personal services through limited companies or other intermediaries, then you may have to make substantial changes to comply with new rules which take effect from April 2021. It is vital that you act now to ensure...

Calls for a rise in the High Income Child Benefit Charge threshold

The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has urged the government to raise the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC) threshold to avoid it affecting basic-rate taxpayers for the first time in April 2021.  The £50,000 threshold for the HICBC has remained static...

Canny romantics: The tax benefits of marriage

Canny romantics: The tax benefits of marriage

Considering popping the question on Valentine’s Day?  Here we look at some of the tax breaks married couples can benefit from and how it can pay to get hitched   The Marriage Allowance The Marriage Allowance can enable eligible married couples and civil partners...

More time and greater flexibility to repay Bounce Back Loans

The Chancellor has announced a new ‘Pay as You Grow’ initiative to help the 1.4 million small businesses who took out government-backed Bounce Back Loans.  Borrowers will have the option to: Extend the length of their loan from six to ten years. Make interest-only...

Rebrand 2021 | When better than now?

Hawsons are delighted to introduce our new rebranded logo. The sleek design fits in with the image we aim to give our clients and connections, of a professional, high-quality multi-disciplinary Accountancy and Business Advisory Firm. Our new brand incorporates our...

Christmas parties and staff gifts – a tax guide

Christmas parties and staff gifts – a tax guide

Christmas parties and staff gifts - a tax guide With the festive period now approaching, we are often asked by employers about the tax treatment of providing a staff Christmas party or giving gifts to employees. Here is a quick reminder of the rules.   STAFF PARTIES...

Government extends £1 million tax break

HM Treasury has announced that the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) will remain at £1 million until 1 January 2022.  The AIA allows businesses to claim same-year tax relief for capital investments in plant and machinery assets and was due to revert to £200,000 on 1...

HLB Communities Day – Food Bank Collection

HLB Communities Day Today our international network HLB is holding its annual communities day in an effort to support local communities during their COVID-19 recovery. In previous years Hawsons staff have had a day out volunteering at various local charities across...

Chancellor Announces Job Support Scheme

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a new Job Support Scheme to top up the wages of workers on reduced hours along with other emergency measures to assist businesses. We have provided a summary of the announcements.   Job Support Scheme The new Job Support...

HLB Communities Day 2020

HLB Communities Day 2020

On Friday the 9th of October our international network HLB will be holding its annual communities’ day in an effort to support local communities during their post COVID-19 recovery. This is a worldwide effort with a common theme of giving back to local communities. In...