Ben provides clients with a combination of practical agricultural accounting advice, tax planning, VAT and personal tax advice. Having grown up on his family’s farm in Kent, returning during school and university years to assist with harvest and drilling, Ben has practical experience in agriculture. Having joined Chavereys in 1999 after obtaining a 2:1 honours degree in Agriculture from Reading University, Ben qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2002, was made an associate in 2005 and became a partner in 2011. Ben is a committee member of the Kent Institute of Agricultural Management.
Ben manages the affairs of many of Chavereys’ farming clients, both corporate and non-corporate, including the affairs of a grain storage cooperative, a fruit producer organisation and the audit of a public interest assurance company.
Ben remains actively involved with his family’s arable farm.