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

Rail electrification update – where now for CP5?

You may recall that we have published two articles on the electrification and modernisation of the UK’s railways over the last six months – first when the plans were put on pause and, again, when the plans were re-commenced just three months ago. In the latest...

Employment tax update for the haulage sector

Employment tax fraud in the haulage sector Click here to read our updated article on the haulage tax minefield. Fraud involving the tax status of lorry drivers is becoming a serious concern for the transport and logistics sector, according to the Road Haulage...

Transport and logistics 2016 Budget review and analysis

Welcome to our transport and logistics 2016 Budget review Following a year in which the Chancellor had a pre-election Budget in March, a surprise summer Budget in July and an Autumn Statement in November, on 16 March the Chancellor delivered his first Budget of 2016....

Is the future with self-driving trucks?

The technology driving the ongoing developments of self-driving trucks is certainly not new, but given the shortage of drivers entering the sector, the continuing need to reduce environmental footprint, the likely substantial safety improvements and the considerable...

Ongoing transportation projects to improve UK links

The Chancellor, George Osborne, has promised to continue to make significant infrastructure improvements a key focus over the next four years through committing billions of pounds to improving the UK’s transportation links. In this article we look at some of the...

Housing case highlights complicated charity VAT exemptions

VAT is a constant focus in the charity sector and presents a wide range of different challenges and issues for charitable organisations. The unique and valuable VAT reliefs that are available to charities are detailed and tightly defined, as a recent housing example...

Coal-burning plants closures impact on logistics

All of the remaining UK coal-burning plants will be phased out within the next 10 years Amber Rudd, Energy Secretary, has announced. In summary, the government has announced plans to close all coal-fired power stations by 2025 and restrict their use by 2023, and this...

Transport & logistics Autumn Statement 2015 review

On 25 November, the Chancellor delivered his latest Autumn Statement. In a year which has already seen the government commit to investing in the sector, transport & logistics firms were perhaps quite positive about what this year’s Autumn Statement might bring. A...

Big small company accounting changes ahead

Are you ready for the changing landscape of small company accounting? Over the next year or so the statutory accounts that small companies have to prepare and send to Companies House are changing because of revisions to the Companies Act and some connected changes to...

What does the future hold for transport & logistics?

What does the future hold for transport & logistics? The transport & logistics sector is key to both the long and short-term health of our economy. Transport & logistics firms are vital to the nation’s global and domestic competitiveness and its connectivity with the...

Electrification U-turn and its impact on the rail sector

Electrification and modernisation plans re-commenced On, off, on… Just weeks after the General Election, the rail sector was dealt a devastating blow when the government ‘paused’ promised upgrades to major rail lines in the Midlands and the North of England. There...

Natasha Fathers joins growing Hawsons Wealth Management team

Hawsons Wealth Management are delighted to announce that Natasha Fathers has joined the firm as an Independent Financial Adviser. Natasha is an experienced financial adviser having worked in financial services throughout her career, both across Yorkshire and at a...

Q&A: Lessons for trustees after Kids Company closure

The news that Kids Company has closed down is a devastating blow to everyone involved. Following the closure we spoke to Hawsons’ three charity partners,  Paul Wormald, Richard Burkimsher and Simon Bladen to get their thoughts on what lessons trustees can learn from...

Peter Wilmer joins as Corporate Finance Partner

Hawsons are pleased to announce that Peter Wilmer has joined the firm as Corporate Finance Partner. Peter is highly experienced in the field of corporate finance having worked for two firms of Chartered Accountants, including a national firm, as well as two major...

FAQ: A guide to trustee recruitment

Trustee recruitment is arguably one of the most important governance challenges that any board at a charitable organisation is likely to face. Trustees are the people who lead charities, the people who decide how the charity is run and, ultimately, the people who...

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