Chiene + Tait



Chiene + Tait announces five new hires following UK Enterprise Investment Scheme Award

The entrepreneurial tax team at accountancy firm Chiene + Tait (C+T) has taken on five new recruits to help service major growth over the last quarter.

Published 11 October 2021

John Kirkpatrick appointed as head of payroll at Chiene + Tait

Accountants Chiene + Tait (C+T) have appointed John Kirkpatrick as its new head of payroll.

Published 23 August 2021

John Rodger: New cladding tax threatens housing progress

John Rodger, partner and property specialist at accountants Chiene + Tait, discusses the potential consequences of the new Residential Property Developer Tax (RPDT).

Published 4 August 2021

Chiene + Tait appoints Lisa Travers as new personal tax partner

Accountancy firm Chiene + Tait (C+T) has appointed Lisa Travers as its new partner within its expanding Personal Tax team.

Published 5 July 2021

Iain Masterton: New EU VAT rules undermine joys of summer

Just as the summer is about to begin in earnest, new VAT rules affecting UK suppliers selling goods and services online to EU consumers could dampen the mood for some businesses, writes Iain Masterton.

Published 17 June 2021

LiberEat targets £1 million investment to drive growth

Aberdeen-based allergen and food safety technology developer LiberEat is embarking on a £1 million fundraising drive to grow its volume of users and further enhance its offering to app users and clients in the food sector.

Published 9 June 2021

Michelle Fallon appointed head of private client team at Chiene + Tait

Accountancy firm Chiene + Tait (C+T) has promoted Edinburgh-based partner Michelle Fallon to head of private client tax. 

Published 24 May 2021

Greenshoots: Pogo Studio signs partnership with NHS Lothian

Fast-growing Edinburgh-based software development startup Pogo Studio has signed a strategic partnership with NHS Lothian that will see its Tailored Talks product rolled out across the Scottish health board.

Published 31 March 2021

Chiene + Tait announces new UK conservation trust partnership

Accountancy firm Chiene + Tait (C+T) has announced a partnership agreement with the Heritage Trust Network to support its members in their efforts to restore and preserve the nation’s built heritage.

Published 30 March 2021

Chiene + Tait and RBS among sponsors confirmed for EIE21 tech investor event

EIE21, Scotland’s premier tech investor conference which will see company founders pitch for investment from seed level to over £2 million on June 10, has confirmed its sponsors for this year with the Royal Bank of Scotland and chartered accountancy firm Chiene + Tait supporting the event.

Published 15 March 2021

Neil Norman: Huge challenges of targeting tax rises

Neil Norman, head of entrepreneurial tax and senior tax partner at Chiene + Tait, discusses the issues surrounding potential changes to taxation in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Published 12 January 2021

Iain Masterton: VAT’s a big No Deal issue

Iain Masterton, head of VAT at accountants Chiene + Tait, discusses the complications a No Deal Brexit will create for UK businesses. 

Published 8 September 2020

Chiene + Tait raises thousands in honour of departed colleague

A group from Chiene + Tait (C+T) chartered accountants has completed a unique sports challenge in support of charity cycle from St Helens in Merseyside to Edinburgh in honour of their former colleague Jessica Welsby, who tragically passed away last year at the age of 24.

Published 31 August 2020

Chiene + Tait launches 'Future Of' series to help businesses grasp new normal

Edinburgh-based accountancy firm Chiene + Tait (C+T) has launched a new online video series today, with the help of some high-profile figures in business and economics, to support Scottish business in a post-pandemic environment.

Published 24 August 2020

Jackie Fraser: Time for tourism to gear up for reopening

Jackie Fraser, Inverness-based partner at accountants Chiene + Tait, details the reopening of Scotland's tourism sector after the coronavirus lockdown.

Published 7 July 2020