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About Suffolk Tax Accountants Ltd

Suffolk Tax Accountants Ltd continue to build on our enviable reputation for providing excellent advice and first class service to our business and personal clients alike.

We have many clients in the local community and service businesses, small and large, across many sectors.

Whether you need an integrated business strategy, access to corporate finance or specialist tax advice we are here to help you achieve your goals.

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Our Partners

Luke Harvey
FMAAT FFA FAIA

luke@suffolk.tax

Luke heads our SME accounts and corporate taxation department dealing with a portfolio of clients ranging from sole traders to group companies from a wide range of industries. Luke holds practicing licences under The Association of Accounting Technicians (FMAAT), The Institute of Financial Accountants (FFA) and The Association of International Accountants (FAIA).

Luke began his career in practice in 2002, completing his training at local Chartered Accountants Walter Wright before moving on to become a client manager at Ipswich based Chartered Accountants firm Ballams. In 2014 Luke joined Aaron Clarke Accountants as a partner which enabled him to offer his broad wealth of knowledge to advise and mentor clients from various industries in all matters from business start-ups through to detailed tax planning.

Luke lives locally with his family and is a keen DIY enthusiast and Aviculturist, he also sits committees at board level and is a trustee for several local organisations and members clubs.

Alistair Porter
FMAAT FAIA

alistair@suffolk.tax

Alistair is a qualified and fully licensed Fellow Member of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) since 2012. Alistair started out as a sole trader himself and as such has gone through all the ups and downs his client’s face on a daily basis. Alistair then went on to open his practice Orwell Accountants which grew quickly and went from strength to strength with a team of 7 staff before merging with two other practices to create Suffolk Tax Accountants Ltd.

Alistair has found he is more than just an accountant preparing and submitting the annual accounts and tax returns, he acts as a business adviser as well. Alistair specialises in the preparation of business plans, cash-flow forecasts and profit analysis, helping his clients grow their businesses.

Alistair is married with four children, cat, dog and goldfish. Alistair is a keen golfer who enjoys the outdoors with the family.

Susan Davies
ATT (Fellow) FAIA

sue.davies@suffolk.tax

Sue is a qualified and fully licensed Member of the Association of Accounting Technicians (ATT) for a number of years and a Fellow since 2011 as well as a Fellow of the Association of International Accountants (FAIA) since 2020. Sue started her tax career as a Senior Tax Accountant at Occidental a multinational oil company in London before moving to Ernst &Young as a Tax Associate. In 1986 Sue set up Davies & Associates in general practice with her late husband specialising in expatriate work following that with DAA Tax Accountants and Consulting.

Sue understands the opportunities and challenges faced by clients, possessing an open approach while delivering a consistent and excellent level of service enabling all businesses with which she has been involved to succeed and grow. Given Sue’s extensive experience in international and expatriate work, she has held seminars and local ‘surgeries’ to reach clients with specialist tax needs in addition to providing consultancy services to other practices.

Sue has two adult daughters, one who followed her footsteps into finance, and the other rebelled to become a chartered engineer. Sue has an interest in art history, and enjoys having the freedom to explore and discover the historical delights of the East Anglian countryside and seascape walks.


Firstly, thank you very much for the very clear and easy to understand explanation regarding foreign service relief, you should really consider lecturing on the completion of tax returns involving overseas working as a sideline!

Ken Dawson - 18/09/2020

09 Jan 2022

Chancellor announces £1 billion fund for businesses

On 21 December 2021, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, unveiled a £1 billion COVID-19 fund, including cash grants of up to £6,000 per premises for each eligible firm.

09 Jan 2022

Self assessment taxpayers must declare COVID grants on tax returns

HMRC has reminded self assessment taxpayers to declare any COVID-19 grant payments on their 2020/21 tax return.