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Louisa Cupper joins Intouch contractor accountants in Bournemouth

Posted by: Intouch | 23.01.13

Intouch Accounting

Louisa Cupper joins Intouch Accounting

Intouch contractor accounting, the specialist accountants to contractors and freelancers operating via personal service companies in the UK, is delighted to announce the addition of Louisa Cupper to its advisory team. Louisa joins Intouch as a Portfolio Manager where she will have direct and personal client responsibility.

Louisa has worked specifically with contractors and freelancers since 2008, looking after her own portfolio of clients since 2010. She thrives on helping clients with any queries, to make sure they understand how to operate their contractor business most effectively and efficiently. Louisa is an expert in IR35 legislation, and the tasks that need to be handled when new contractors to the market are starting out. She will handle all areas from incorporation of a new company, advice on how to deal with HMRC, and the personal tax affairs of her clients.

According to Louisa one of the most often asked questions from her clients is “how do I maximise my take home pay and claim all my expenses?” That’s the kind of challenge she enjoys and one of the key reasons why she joined Intouch Contractor Accounting.

Prior to joining Intouch, Louisa was working for another professional services firm in the contracting and SME market however was keen to focus her experience on the provision of a high quality and entirely personal service to freelancers and contractor clients only.  Whilst maintaining a large portfolio, she is now determined to make sure that clients have the personal touch and receive all the support they require.

Louisa is also concentrating on extending her professional qualifications and will re-commence her training as a chartered accountant in the near future, she already holds both accounting and taxation technician qualifications.

She is looking forward to working with some like-minded people and is ready to take on any challenges thrown her way.


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