US and UK tax specialists, Frank Hirth, has hired Alex Jones who has joined as a personal tax director and will sit on the company board.
Mr Jones is a US and UK personal tax advisor and has 30 years’ experience providing complex planning and assistance to high net worth individuals.
He returned to Frank Hirth after an absence of 16 years, the last ten of which as one of the leaders of Deloitte’s US/UK high net worth practice in the UK.
Mr Jones specialises in clients connected to the funds industry, business owners and entrepreneurs. He advises on the US/UK interactions on personal income, capital and social security as well as estate and inheritance taxes and the use of trusts.
He is licensed to practise before the Internal Revenue Service in the US (Enrolled Agent), sits on the British American Business Inc (BABi) Tax Forum and has been a regular speaker at the US Professional Association and its predecessor organisations over the last 20 years.
Frank Hirth’s managing director, Robyn Limmer, said: “Alex is well known for his tax advisory relationships with high net worth individuals, investment professionals, business owners and entrepreneurs concerning the unravelling of their complex tax problems and the tailoring of tax planning to their discrete requirements.
"We are delighted that he has chosen to return to Frank Hirth with a wealth of up-to-date knowledge and professionalism.”
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