We value privacy so we do not use cookies to track your usage of our site. This website does not serve targeted advertising which relies on cookies to determine which adverts to display.

What's a cookie?

It's a small piece of software that is placed on your computer by a website to ensure you receive the right experience from that website. Cookies may be used to track your movements across a site, to collate statistics, to remember any settings you have made or to target you with relevant adverts.  Cookies can be temporary (session cookies) or permanent to track your return visits and display advertising according to your previous history.  This is how Amazon knows you were looking at buying roller skates (also it’s because your phone is listening to you - but that’s another issue).

Cookies are not viruses and do not damage your computer.  It is possible to block all cookies.

To find out more see: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/


Why are we telling you?

Back in 2011 the EU introduced regulations (Regulation 6 of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 since you ask) to require websites to obtain consent before placing any cookie on visitors’ computers. Websites using cookies must offer visitors an opt out of cookie usage.  

You would think that now we are free of the EU, all of this nonsense would come to an end, but apparently not.

Anyway, we don’t need to ask for consent as we don’t use cookies. 

Another way we are keeping life simple! 

"The meeting isn’t over until the fat director eats the biscuits."

Bill Peters Weak at the Tophttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006wfyxhttp://www.hmrc.gov.uk/incometax/relief-household.htmshapeimage_3_link_0

Cookies Policy

Under the GDPR rules introduced in May 2018 we, like all businesses in the EU, are obliged to take care of client data in a very specific way. This doesn’t protect you at all from the baddies but it gives jobs to lots of people in the EU and is therefore deemed to be a good thing.

Our Website

First, we are committed to safeguarding and preserving the privacy of our website visitors and we do this by adopting a 'no cookies' policy. We do not gather statistics on your use of our website.


We do not operate an email subscription list. Any email you send to us is used only for the purposes requested by you - and nothing more. We will not send newsletters, information on events or any type of spam email. We will never share your email address with third parties.

Data Storage

We will never share your data with third parties. We only use your data where you have asked us to undertake work for you and have therefore expressed permission for such use. We will not share client data with third parties.

Where we undertake work for you we will store your data on our own servers. Data is backed up to third party servers within the EU in an encrypted format and cannot be accessed directly from those servers. We have confirmed with our tax software suppliers that data is held on their servers in a manner which is fully compliant with the GDPR regulations. Their statement of compliance is at



Cambridge Tax Practice Ltd

ASK House, 2 Northgate Avenue

Bury St Edmunds

Suffolk, England IP32 6BB

t : 0843 2898329

Registered Office :

ASK House, 2 Northgate Avenue

Bury St Edmunds P32 6BB

From December 15, 2007 we are obliged to comply with the Money Laundering Regulations 2007. Cambridge Tax Practice is registered as an Accountancy Service Provider (ASP) with HM Revenue & Customs under these regulations.

Even More Stuff

Privacy Policies