Nick spent several years with HM Customs & Excise in the UK, specialising in partial exemption, before joining a medium sized accountancy firm in 1988 where he advised on all aspects of VAT and was latterly chairman of the national VAT committee. In January 1995, he started his own business, working from home. Nick has provided regular consultancy and training services to a wide range of clients in the UK and abroad. He has particular expertise in partial exemption, land and property, charities and social housing. Nick has also lectured extensively on VAT issues around the world and assignments have included the USA, Canada, Vietnam, Nepal, Sweden, Hungary and the Netherlands, as well as the UK. Nick was also the author of two books on VAT and served on the Editorial Board of the International VAT Monitor published by the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation based in Amsterdam. Nick has an honours degree in Spanish with Portuguese from the University of Birmingham (2:1) and also has a working knowledge of French.
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