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DSR Tax Claims Enhances Expert Knowledge with Latest Recruit

Firm of Tax Rebate Specialists Welcomes New Tax Compliance Officer Julie Brookes

DSR Tax Claims are proud to welcome new Compliance team member, Julie Brookes, who joins the team at an exciting time of staff expansion. Julie will be joining the Compliance Team, to help meet client demand for DSR Tax Claims‘ specialist tax rebate services and brings with her over two decades of experience and expertise from her long career working within the government departments for insolvency and taxation.

Julie brings with her a remarkably strong background in the related fields of insolvency and taxation, with a long career which includes 23 years spent with the Insolvency Service as well as previous roles within the Inland Revenue and the NHS Litigation department. She combines a strong background in customer care with financial administration and reporting. Julie stated today that she was “really excited to begin this challenge and I’m eager to share my skillset and knowledge with the rest of the Compliance Team”. Julie’s capability and knowledge, including holding her Certificate of Insolvency Practice, will strengthen the expertise of the Compliance Team.

DSR Tax Claims founder, tax preparation expert David Redfern commented that “We are very lucky to have Julie join our team as she has such a wealth of experience and we are looking forward to sharing Julie’s knowledge and experience within the Compliance Team and I know that she is going to be such an asset to DSR Tax Claims”. Redfern added that the Compliance Team will be exceptionally enhanced by her appointment as they meet increasing demand for their expertise in claiming allowable expenses.