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Professional experience

Ken Moody CTA qualified as an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation in 1977.

After an initial spell in the Inland Revenue (as it was then known), Ken trained with a local firm of Chartered Accountants in his home town of Sheffield before moving to London shortly after qualifying.  There Ken worked as corporate tax manager for a top 30 firm of CAs, being principally occupied with the tax affairs of a quoted group of companies.  As leading tax adviser, this involved complex technical negotiations with the Inland Revenue, briefing and meetings with Tax Counsel, group tax planning and advice on corporate transactions.  Following a takeover and the loss of the firm’s major client, Ken took on a similar role in Saffery Champness’ London office.  

Since leaving London in 1995, Ken has since focused on the tax affairs of owner-managed businesses and their proprietors, encompassing a very broad range of tax issues.

Other roles have included Senior Tax Manager at DTE in Bury and Tax Development Manger for MacIntyre Hudson in Bedford which involved writing and presenting a monthly tax update workshop.

Although based in Poulton-Le-Fylde, Lancashire, Ken advises nationwide via e-mail and telephone.  Personal attendance is also offered throughout the North West and, where the situation demands, elsewhere in the UK.

If you ‘Google’ Ken’s name you will also find him popping up on Accounting Web giving answers to diverse tax queries – though of course there are a few other Ken Moody’s around too!


Ken has also written numerous articles for professional magazines on diverse subjects and has written guides and briefs on employment-related shares and other topics.  Some of the more recent are listed below and can be downloaded as pdf files.

‘Employment-related shares and the private company’ (79 pages)

'Unfinished business'
(Connected party debt - published. Taxation magazine 3 Feb 2010)

'Fingers in pies'
(Loan relationships - published. Taxation magazine 4 March 2009)

‘Phew! That’s that sorted then!'

(Company tax relief for employee share acquisitions - published. Taxation magazine 18 June 2008)

‘Ticking time bombs’
(Employment-related shares - published. Taxation magazine 20 February 2008)

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