Sports & Entertainment
Clients in sports and entertainment lead high-pressured lives. They require total focus in order to deliver when they are under the spotlight. They can only do this if they know that off stage or outside the sporting arena their affairs are in trusted hands. Our team offers a high-quality service that fulfills the demands of top class sports stars and entertainers.
- Tax implications of contracts including merchandising or sponsorship deals
- Audit of royalty and profit share payments
- Collecting income and paying bills
- Personal financial management
- Cash flow monitoring
- Bank account management
We can also advise on the impact of working outside the UK. This covers overseas filing requirements to save withholding tax.
As a former chief executive of Watford Football Club, partner Tim Shaw knows what it’s like to run a leading sports club. This insight makes us specially placed to advise sporting institutions.
Clients in the sport and entertainment industries include:
- Athletes and entertainers
- Sports clubs, including football clubs and golf clubs
- TV, media and production companies
Phil Shadbolt, Managing Director Zeta Group
"Since recently appointing Clark Howes as accountants and business advisers for the Zeta Group, we are extremely impressed with their technical ability, level of service and the commercialism of the advice they provide.
Their people are knowledgeable and accessible, and they aren't afraid to go the extra mile above and beyond the financial. It is this level of personal service that sets Clark Howes apart from other firms."
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