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One minute with ... Dermot Callinan

Has the role of a tax adviser changed in your working life?

There has been a transition from general tax advice to more specialisation and increasingly technology is playing a big part in tax work. In the past if you had a brilliant idea to save your clients some money you might do the same thing for two or three clients. Now using technology you can replicate that idea. This is part of the reason why tax schemes have developed and why HMRC has ended up no longer reacting to single cases but instead try to block an overall action or idea. Whilst technology has brought good things I still fondly remember the pleasure of being in a really good tax library and sitting down with books.

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