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

Paul Wormald

Partner, Doncaster

01302 367 262

[email protected]

Paul’s recent articles

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 hauliers with Brexit Preperation

£8m campaign launched to help hauliers 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 after Brexit reaffirmed

Protection for flights and road 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...

Government invest £30 million to improve ports for Brexit

Government 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...

Hawsons Partners complete a-26 mile hike for charity

Hawsons Hike for Charity On the 27th July 2019 Hawsons partners David Owens, Paul Wormald, Scott Sanderson, Pete Wilmer and Craig Burton all took part in a 26-mile hike in the Peak District raising over £1,700 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Macmillan Cancer Support is...

Get on the Right Track for Tax Credits

Get on the Right Track for Tax Credits

Get on the Right Track for Tax Credits Despite the railways having been around in the UK for nearly 200 years, they remain a key part of the national transport infrastructure. The railway today is a far departure from the days of Brunel and the Stephensons, but the...

Tax Rates 2019/2020

Tax Rates 2019/2020

Tax Rates 2019/20 We have summarised the key rates and allowances which are fundamental to our business and personal lives. We are sure that you will find them a useful point of reference and have set out below a few examples of how they can be used. Personal tax...

Spring Statement 2019

Spring Statement 2019

Spring Statement 2019 Amidst all the Brexit debates, the Chancellor Philip Hammond presented his second Spring Statement on Wednesday 13 March 2019. In his speech the Chancellor provided an update on the economy and responded to the Office for Budget Responsibility...

How will Brexit affect the rail supply sector?

How will Brexit affect the rail supply sector?

How will Brexit affect the rail supply sector? The rail supply sector is a significant contributor to the UK economy worth around £36 billion each year to our national P&L account. With around 600,000 people being employed in the sector, a tax yield to the...

Hawsons will be Baking and Biking for Children In Need

Hawsons will be Baking and Biking for Children In Need

Hawsons Bake and Bike for Children in Need Employees and Partners at all three offices of Hawsons will be swapping their suits in favour of more leisurely attire as they set out to do their thing to fundraise for BBC Children in Need's 2018  Appeal.  Money raised will...

No-deal Brexit Planning information for UK Hauliers

No-deal Brexit Planning information for UK Hauliers

No-deal Brexit Planning information for UK Hauliers The Department of Transport has recently published a series of technical notices which outline plans that will be put into place if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. This information demonstrates the potential...

Making Tax Digital Update

Making Tax Digital Update

Making Tax Digital – September Update We have been producing regular updates to highlight that HMRC will begin phasing in its Making Tax Digital (MTD) regime from April 2019. Initially this will only be for VAT purposes, with the wider roll out of MTD having been...

Hawsons appoint Craig Burton as Partner

Hawsons appoint Craig Burton as Partner

Hawsons appoint Craig Burton as Partner Craig is a highly experienced corporate advisor and auditor, having worked with a number of national and international firms.  Craig’s career spans over 23 years and has included stints in Cape Town, South Africa and Vilnius,...

Nicky Morgan calls to end “alpha-male culture” in finance

Nicky Morgan calls to end “alpha-male culture” in finance

Nicky Morgan calls to end "alpha-male culture" in financial services Nicky Morgan, chair of the Treasury Committee, has called on businesses to alter the way they award bonuses, as the current culture may be placing women at a disadvantage “In the current bonus...