During his career, Grant has successfully negotiated settlements for numerous clients facing complex HMRC issues. He also worked for HMRC at Senior Inspector level in the Fraud Investigation Service, before joining the accountancy sector.
Grant has represented clients at both Tax Tribunals and the Court of Appeal, as well as providing expert evidence in the Civil and Criminal Courts. He regularly lectures on investigation and employment tax issues and is a member of the ICAEW Tax Investigations sub-committee.
Grant will be working in the inTAX team, advising a wide range of business clients, and working with accountants, tax advisers and lawyers to support their clients. Grant’s arrival follows the recent promotion of Jeremy Johnson to Managing Director and Joe McDermott to the position of Director in the inTAX team.
Commenting on his appointment, Grant Summers said:
“This is an exciting time to be joining inTAX, helping it to continue its growth journey as a specialist tax disputes firm and expanding its capabilities. I am delighted to be working with such a high calibre team that is dedicated to supporting businesses across the region with tax dispute issues.”
inTAX’s Managing Director, Jeremy Johnson added:
“Grant is a fantastic addition to our team and brings a wealth of experience, having worked in senior roles at Big Four firms, as well as with HMRC as a Senior Inspector. We are delighted to have appointed someone of Grant’s calibre to help grow our team and continue to deliver high quality services to support clients with their tax investigations and tax enquiries of all descriptions.”
Established in 2013, inTAX is a specialist tax investigations and tax enquiries boutique, based in Holborn.
The nine-strong team deals with various tax issues including disclosure facilities, tax fraud investigations – whether conducted by HMRC or the National Crime Agency – and tax avoidance schemes, such as film schemes, employee benefit trusts (EBTs) and contractor loans. The firm works directly with clients, or through accountants, tax advisers and lawyers.