Posted: Thu 14th Oct 2021

Chirk based organisation celebrates £1 million business milestone for people living in or visiting the wrexham area

A Chirk based organisation has marked a £1 million business milestone.

Reclaim Tax Wales, at Brynkinalt Business Centre in Chirk, spoke of the achievement during a visit by Wrexham Mayor Cllr Ronnie Prince, Leader of Wrexham Council Cllr Mark Pritchard and Lead Member for Economic Development and Regeneration Cllr Terry Evans.

The visit was in recognition of the Chirk based tax relief company exceeding £1m in client tax benefit in their first year of trading – including 21 business in the Wrexham area.

Earlier this year Reclaim Tax UK expanded into Wales, with the new office in Chirk dedicated to Reclaim Tax Wales.

Managing director of Reclaim Tax Wales, Joshua Davies said: “It was a pleasure to welcome The Mayor of Wrexham, Wrexham Council Leader Mark Pritchard and Lead Councillor for Economic Development Terry Evans to our Wrexham office, to celebrate the business exceeding £1 Million in client tax benefit in our first year of trading.

“The support shown by the local authorities, communities, and businesses within North Wales since opening our office in January has been incredible, and long may it continue.

“Our main objective is to ensure Welsh businesses are aware of the specialist tax legislations available to them.

“We look forward to welcoming back the Mayor and Council Leaders when we hit £5 Million in client benefit.”

With over 10 years experience Reclaim Tax Wales are experts in specialist areas of tax relief, including Capital Allowances, Research & Development, Remediation of Contaminated Land and the Patent Box.

Wrexham Mayor, Cllr Ronnie Prince said: “It was nice to meet Joshua, Chris and Darren at Reclaim Tax Wales and hear about how their business works, and how it can help other businesses. “

Leader of Wrexham Council, Cllr Mark Pritchard said: “I’d like to congratulate the business on this milestone and wish Joshua, Chris and Darren the best of luck in growing Reclaim Tax Wales over the coming years.”

Lead Member for Economic Development and Regeneration Cllr Terry Evans said: “It’s great to hear of a financial business choosing Wrexham and indeed Chirk as its home base.”

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