After qualifying as a Chartered Tax Adviser with KPMG in Kent in 1992, Tim moved to their London office and worked with a number of prestigious clients. In 1996 he left KPMG to join Watson Wyatt, another global consulting business. Tim was promoted to Tax Partner at Watson Wyatt in 1998 and was in charge of the tax and corporate finance work for Watson Wyatt in their European Region.
He set up Page Tax Consulting in 2005 after advising on the merger of Watson Wyatt’s European and North American businesses. Tim then took a position as head of the private client practice at Creaseys (a top 100 firm of Chartered Accountants) for two years before reforming Page Tax Consulting in 2010.
Tim’s special areas of knowledge include partnership tax, inheritance tax and the link between personal tax planning and wealth management.
Outside of work Tim enjoys many sporting activities. In the summer he plays golf as often as possible (subject to client demand of course). After 30 years practice, he still struggles to find the fairway but enjoys the challenge. In the winter months, Tim will travel all over the country to watch his beloved Exeter City, as long as it’s not too cold and they are not in the relegation zone.