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Crossing the Ts

In his article Maurice Parry-Wingfield Tax Director Deloitte & Touche argues that while there are great benefits to be had from the move towards greater specialisation in the tax advisory profession we are in danger of losing our perspectives. Tax policy and tax history are but two of the areas we could profitably take an interest in. There's a wider world out there and getting involved in it brings many rewards
This article is not about tax and its practice but about us tax professionals. The idea for it came from a striking piece of imagery used in October 2000 in the peer review of the effectiveness of the Revenue's policy-making headed 'Architectural Engineers'. It said that top professionals in the Revenue had a good depth of knowledge in...

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