Andrew Swaps Noodles for a More Taxing Job; Accountant Leaves City for N.Wales
Byline: MARTIN WILLIAMS
HE'S handled financial matters for posh burger restaurants and international noodle bars from the world's financial capital.
But it was always Andrew Rainford's intention to leave London and return to his native North Wales after learning his profession.
Now just a few exams away from attaining one of the UK's highest qualifications in tax handling, the 29-year-old has landed a role within St Asaph-based accountancy practice Salisbury and Company.
The firm has added Andrew to its tax affairs handling and advice team, and one of his first roles was to help launch the company's new 'tax shop' in Rhos-on-Sea.
"As well as tax compliance for businesses and individuals I'll be offering tax planning, so taking a proactive approach to tax affairs," Andrew said.
Andrew Rainford of Salisbury & Co "Looking forward I expect to be involved in inheritance tax matters and estate management too.
"I'm really pleased to be joining Salisbury and Company.
"I'm looking forward to making an impression at work and enjoying the great North Wales outdoors with my family."
After studying accounting and finance at university, Andrew left Colwyn Bay seven years ago, firstly to work for the Audit Commission and then accountancy practices in London, during which time Wagamamas noodle bar chain and The Gourmet Burger were among his clients. …