Paul Wormald

Partner, Doncaster

Paul joined Hawsons in 2001 after qualifying with a local firm of accountants and then gaining further experience with two national firms.

He works with clients of differing sizes in the Doncaster office and in a number of sectors including construction, civil and general engineering, haulage and rail, assisting them with practical business and tax advice. Paul also heads up our Charity services in the Doncaster office, and has helped develop our cloud accounting services for the firm.

Paul sits on the firm’s technical standards committee and helps clients where more specialist reporting is required such as Charities and Grant Monitoring.

Away from the office, Paul has a keen interest in sport including cricket, football, rugby (both codes), and races regularly for Rossington Wheelers Cycling Club.

Paul Wormald

Partner, Doncaster

01302 367 262

[email protected]

Paul’s recent articles

Hawsons are here to help COVID-19

Hawsons are here to help COVID-19

During this difficult time Hawsons are here to help and support their clients as best they can The Government has announced new measures to help businesses through this difficult time. The first being the tax helpline to support businesses affected by coronavirus. If...

NHS England will protect pharmacies income in the COVID-19 pandemic

NHS England will protect pharmacies income in the COVID-19 pandemic

NHS England will protect pharmacies income in the Covid-19 pandemic The CEO of NHS England and the NHS chief operating office have announced that community pharmacies in England will be protected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Guidance on claiming the additional...

Bank of England Update for Businesses and Households

Bank of England Update for Businesses and Households

Bank of England Update for Businesses and Households During this difficult time for businesses and households the Bank of England have put together a list of sites where you can find the latest updates from the Government. The following has been circulated by the bank...

Hawsons Business Continuity Plan

Hawsons Business Continuity Plan

Hawsons Business Continuity Plan We are currently in the middle of what is now being referred to as a global pandemic. This is causing a significant amount of interruption for businesses globally and looks set to continue in the coming weeks and months. We have...

HLB’s Inaugural survey of business leaders is now available

HLB’s Inaugural survey of business leaders is now available

During the last few months of 2019 Hawsons and many other firms helped HLB conduct a survey where they spoke to business leaders across the globe to gather their insights into the changing world of business as we enter a new decade. HLB The Global Advisory and...

The cost of HS2 could rise to £106bn

The cost of HS2 could rise to £106bn

In 2015 the cost for HS2 was £56bn, but a leak from the still unpublished Oakervee report says that costs could increase by 20%. From the last estimated price for the project of between £81bn and £88bn to £106bn. This has prompted the Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps...

Driving change under IR35

Driving change under IR35

What is IR35? IR35 relates to the ‘off payroll working’ tax rules which were enacted to target tax and national insurance avoidance that was arising from arrangements whereby a worker would form a personal service company (PSC) or other intermediary which engaged with...

Hawsons makes history after 165 years in business

Hawsons Chartered Accountants is 165 years old Hawsons Chartered Accountants was founded in the city of Sheffield in 1854 – more than 25 years before the creation of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales – by Alfred Allott and John Hewett....

The cost of keeping Britain on the rails

The cost of keeping Britain on the rails

The cost of keeping Britain on the rails  On November 14 the Office of Rail & Road published their annual statistical release. This showed that the net support given to the UK rail industry in 2018/19 totalled £7.1bn. The lion’s share of this went to Network Rail...

Review says that HS2 should be built in full despite increasing costs

Review says that HS2 should be built in full despite increasing costs

The Oakervee Review into the HS2 project had officially been put on ice until after the forthcoming election, however a leak of the draft to The Times on November 12 recommended that the project should be completed in full despite its rising costs. The draft copy says...

Government invest £1 million to improve haulage sector

Government invest £1 million to improve haulage sector

The Transport Secretary has announced there will be a £1 million investment to help the haulage sector strengthen its workforce and employ new talent. This investment means that logistics companies will be able to run skills training for people finding it difficult to...

Consumers are now spending more on credit cards than cash

Consumers are now spending more on credit cards than cash

Debit card is currently the most popular way of paying but credit cards are now the second most popular having overtaken cash for the first time ever (data according to British Retail Consortium). However, in terms of frequency, cash is still used more than credit...

£8m campaign launched to help haulier with Brexit Preperation

£8m campaign launched to help haulier with Brexit Preperation

£8m campaign launched to help haulier with Brexit Preparations  Transport secretary Grant Shapps has announced that a multi-million-pound campaign is being launched in the UK and Europe to make sure that businesses and hauliers are prepared for a potential no deal...

Protection for flights and road transport after Brexit reaffirmed

Protection for flights and road transport after Brexit reaffirmed

Protection for flights and road after Brexit reaffirmed  On the 5 September 2019 the Government confirmed that they have measures in place to make sure flight and road haulage will continue to run smoothly after 31 October if the UK leaves the EU. There will also be...

The Government to invest £30 million to improve ports for Brexit

The Government to invest £30 million to improve ports for Brexit

The Government to invest £30 million to improve ports for Brexit The Transport Secretary announced on 30 August 2019 that the country’s ports will continue to run smoothly even after Brexit as the Government plans to invest £30 million in these facilities. For ports...

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