ProbiTax Advisory & Accounting

Seeing through the challenges and planning for the future

For many businesses and individuals, fi nances have been thrown into disarray this year – a year of furloughs, grants, loans, and general business disruption. Putting everything in order needs an expert eye and personal service to see the way through each individual situation. Just launched last month, ProbiTax Advisory & Accounting

combines more than 30 years’ experience in supporting private companies and individuals with a one-to-one focus that could make all the diff erence to a business owner looking to make sense of this year’s accounts. Director Seb Tubb, who took the decision to set up his own practice

earlier this year, has a background as a tax and business advisory specialist with PWC, KPMG and Mazars. He’s now focusing on those that need advice and assistance as they keep their businesses moving forward despite the uncertain times. ProbiTax’s services are divided into three elements: Tax, including

both company and personal tax returns and advisory/planning; Advisory, business planning and strategic adviser relationships; and Accounting, which covers the regular accounting services a business may need. Seb, a former Northampton Saints player, and treasurer of the

Northampton Saints Past Players Association, said: “Personal service and the relationship with the client are probably more important now than ever before, and we need to meet each business’s and individual’s specifi c needs. It’s important to work with the client to identify their needs and advise on the best course for that organisation/individual. “Most business owners are very good at what

they do, the day-to-day running of the business, but they simply don’t have time to look closely at their strategy fi nancially – we can do that, and by doing so will enable them to focus on what they do well. “It has been a challenging year, and the disruption has affected many businesses and individuals, and it is diffi cult to plan for the future when things are uncertain, but it’s important not to lose sight of that. You need to know where you’re going and how to get there. No one really knows with any clarity how long this situation is going to go on, or to what extent it will aff ect businesses, but you can still plan for the future.”


Seb Tubb Director at ProbiTax Advisory & Accounting

What the changes to working practices over the

past few months have done is to make it easier for fi rms like ProbiTax to help a wider range of clients, as geographical issues, which may have been seen as obstacles, are no longer present and hence they are now viewed as a credible and real alternative. “Since I started the business, I have been

humbled by the warm and encouraging messages I’ve had from people I have dealt with in the past, wishing me well,” said Seb. “It feels good because I have always had a focus on building strong, lasting relationships with people, and that certainly seems to have worked and is starting to pay dividends. “Building those relationships must now be done in a diff erent way, of course. It’s very diffi cult to have a face-to-face meeting over coff ee as we would have done before. But the benefi t of online meetings is that location is no longer an issue – I can set something up with anyone, anywhere in the country, and give them the assistance they need just as easily as I can with someone in Northampton or Milton Keynes. “T ere’s a lot to do in terms of businesses getting

back on track after the problems they have faced this year but there’s also a lot of opportunities out there, and we’re here to help.”

Find out more about ProbiTax by calling Seb Tubb on 07789 922504 or emailing

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