Kevin Offer our Tax Partner has an article One Minute with Kevin Offer published in Tax Journal
For copyright reasons access is only available through purchase of Tax Journal or via the Tax Journal website
Hardwick & Morris are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Music Week Awards 2019 Accountancy Firm of the Year.
Upon announcing the award back in January, Music Week editor Mark Sutherland said “Accountancy is one of the most important and growing areas of the music business. These are the firms that literally keep the biz in the black so it’s only right and proper that they should take their place in the Music Week Awards line-up”
H&M Early Sessions is an industry networking event showcasing some of the most exciting talent around. Curated and hosted by Hardwick & Morris, the events take place on the last Thursday of every month at the Social, on Little Portland Street. The next event will be on Thursday 28th February with the wonderful Salt Ashes opening followed by the Sam Johson headlining.
As the name suggests, doors open at 6pm making it the perfect pit-stop pre-gig, with artists each playing 30 min sets starting at 6.30pm.
Run in partnership with I Like The Sound Of That, the company behind Independent Venue Week, gigs will be free to attend but strictly only via an RSVP.
Hardwick and Morris are delighted to announce that Stephanie Hardwick and Ryan Polson have been named in the inaugural Legal & Accountancy 50 almanac
More than 100 leading music managers cast their votes for the industry’s top 50 accountants and lawyers in the UK.
Produced in partnership between Centtrip Music and Music Business UK, it showcases and celebrate both individuals and companies.
We are excited to announce the next H&M Early Sessions.
Featuring music from the Interpol surf vibes of St Serf and electronic dark synth pop Ghost Suns.
We hope you will be able to join us at The Social on Thursday the 25th of October for a great night of music and networking
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/312076492708688/
Hardwick and Morris LLP are pleased to announce that Kevin Offer, formerly of Gabelle, has joined the practice as a Partner effective from 1st October 2018.
Kevin is a tax specialist with particular interest in the taxation of high net-worth individuals, sportsmen and entertainers. He is a Chartered Tax Adviser and a Fellow of the ICAEW. He is also a member of the International Tax Planning Association, the International Taxation of Entertainers Group and a freeman of the Worshipful Company of Tax Advisers.
In addition, Kevin will bring with him membership to the International Tax Specialist Group (ITSG) which will provide access to an international network of tax advisers. This will increase the service offering of the growing practice of the firm.
Stephanie Hardwick commented “We are delighted that Kevin has joined Hardwick and Morris. His tax experience will be a real asset to the firm and will add further strength and depth to the range of tax services we offer”.
Kevin can be contacted at:
Tel: 020 7268 0100
Hardwick & Morris prides itself on the way that it is able to navigate the complicated territory between accountancy, business management and the music industry. We were delighted to be asked asked to contribute an article to the 2018 Parliamentary Review. Stephanie Hardwick discusses her business, how similar businesses can manage in an ever-competitive global environment and how to expand a business in a modern context.