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One minute with... Natalie Miller

How did you get into tax? 

By accident although I’m sure I’m not alone in that. I started off working as a temporary secretary in a tax department was then taken on as a permanent staff member and became interested in the tax elements of the letters I was typing up. When I started to look for a job which had better financial progression (because my husband wasn’t working and we had two small children) the tax senior manager asked if I’d like to move into tax. I was in the right place at the right time and fortunate that the team was prepared to take a gamble on me.

Name a memorable moment in your career. 

When I was first asked to consider joining CIOT Council in 2004. I’d been involved with the East Anglia branch for some time and was their first female chairman ...

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