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Mark-Levitt

Mark Levitt

Partner

Tax

mark.levitt@blickrothenberg.com

+44 (0)20 7440 2305

Providing clients with a broad range of expertise and skills whilst working in a stimulating environment where every day poses a new challenge is incredibly satisfying.

I am a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Advisor; I joined Blick Rothenberg in November 2018 following the firm’s acquisition of Hazlems Fenton, where I had built up the tax department over some 23 years.

I am an expert in advising corporate and private clients on all tax issues and have particular expertise in advising high net worth individuals.

I act as an expert witness in matrimonial matters and have appeared in Court on several occasions.

In a former life, I ran the national tax training department for Top Ten accounting firm, Binder Hamlyn, where I specialised in corporate, business and personal tax for over ten years.

I speak at private client conferences and client seminars on private client issues.

I enjoy providing clients with a broad range of expertise and skills, whilst working in a stimulating environment where every day poses a new challenge.

I sit on the Private Client Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales and represent the ICAEW on the Wealthy External Stakeholders Forum, which deals with the personal taxation affairs of the UK’s wealthy individuals.

Specialist areas

  • Advising corporate and private clients on tax issues including valuations, inheritance tax and estate planning
  • Specialist focus on owner managed businesses and the property sector

Qualifications and positions of note

  • FCA
  • Chartered Tax Advisor (CIOT)
  • Member of STEP

I am based at

Soho

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Insights

16 September 2021

Non-Resident Landlord Companies – Managing the Transition to Corporation Tax

Non-resident landlord companies that transitioned to Corporation Tax on 6 April 2020 may be preparing their first Corporation Tax returns.

15 September 2021

Tax year end should be moved without delay

Changing the tax year end could reduce administrative errors when completing tax returns and help to cut the ‘tax gap’, says Nimesh Shah

01 September 2021

UK taxpayers who believe that being paid in cryptocurrency will provide a tax loophole will be disappointed

Being paid in cryptocurrency will not provide a tax saving or tax loophole, says Robert Salter.