Craig Walker

Senior Tax Manager, 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 Senior Tax Manager at Hawsons

Craig Walker

Senior Tax Manager, Sheffield

0114 266 7141

[email protected]

Craig’s recent articles

Tax payment due 31 July – have you paid?

If you are self-employed or registered for Self-Assessment, then you may be required to make a tax payment by 31 July. This relates to the second instalment on account for the 2016/17 tax year. How do I pay? HMRC offer a number of ways to make your July...

R&D tax incentives – don’t miss out!

Research and Development (R&D) tax incentives can provide additional tax deductions and enhanced cash flow for companies that develop new products, processes or services. Although widely available, many companies wrongly believe they are not eligible for R&D tax...

Making Tax Digital: Government delays introduction

Tax expert Craig Walker comments on the latest twist to the government’s plans for Making Tax Digital (MTD). New timetable Ministers have announced a delay to the roll out of MTD to ensure businesses have more time to adapt to the changes. Implementation...

Tony Nickson joins Hawsons as VAT Consultant

Hawsons are pleased to announce that Tony Nickson has joined the firm as a VAT Consultant. Tony was formerly a VAT Officer in Customs and Excise and then Higher Officer in HMRC. After 20 years of working in the VAT office, Tony has gained a wealth of knowledge of VAT...

Staff from Hawsons Endeavour to help!

On Friday 16 June, Hawsons staff enjoyed a day out helping the Sheffield based charity, Endeavour, by carrying out various tasks such as gardening, cleaning, stripping paint and even dismantling a canoe rack. Endeavour have been working with some of England's...

The Election result: What are the tax implications?

The general election has ended in a hung parliament – the Conservative party have the most seats but do not have an overall majority. Theresa May has announced that she will form a government with the support of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). What does this...

Making Tax Digital: An update

What is Making Tax Digital? MTD is the biggest shake-up of the personal tax system in 20 years and will fundamentally change the way taxpayers report to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and keep their business records. Taxpayers will be required to keep records digitally...

Tax break to be abolished for short-term letting?

A word of warning to those who rent out their homes on a short-term basis, including users of property sharing websites like Airbnb.  Buried deep within the Spring Budget were a couple of sentences that suggest the tax treatment of short-term letting is about to...

Spring Budget 2017: Predictions

Philip Hammond will deliver his Spring Budget on 8 March. This will be the first and last ever Spring Budget, as the main tax announcements will be switched to the autumn in future. But what can we expect when the Chancellor delivers his speech next week? Craig...

Making Tax Digital: Full steam ahead

The public consultation on the Making Tax Digital (MTD) project has failed to change HMRC’s plans in any significant way.  The timetable for implementation of MTD remains April 2018 and the income threshold for inclusion in the programme remains at £10,000. What is...

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. 1. The Marriage Allowance The Marriage Allowance can enable eligible married couples and civil partners to...

Stephen Allender joins Hawsons as Senior Tax Manager

Hawsons are pleased to announce that Stephen Allender has joined the firm as a Senior Tax Manager. Stephen is a Chartered Tax Advisor and member of the Association of Taxation Technicians. He has worked in tax since 1997 having gained a wealth of experience working...

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 What is exempt? There is a tax exemption for...

The Autumn Statement 2016 predictions

The Autumn Statement 2016 on Wednesday is set to be an important event.  It will be the Chancellor’s first opportunity to outline his plans for taxes & spending in the wake of the Brexit vote. But what tax changes can we expect in the upcoming Autumn Statement?  Craig...

How to recognise fake HMRC emails and other phishing scams

Phishing is the fraudulent act of emailing a person in order to obtain their personal/financial information such as passwords and credit card or bank account details. These emails often include a link to a bogus website designed to encourage the unwary to enter their...

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