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Risks & Opportunities

Mary Hyland reports on TaxAid's 'Tax Planning: Risks and Opportunities' conference held at the Royal Institute of British Architects on 21 November 2003
TaxAid's latest conference entitled 'Tax Planning: Risks and Opportunities' was held at the Royal Institute of British Architects in Central London on 21 November. TaxAid is a charity very worthy of support. Its aim is to provide taxation advice to lower-income taxpayers who have tax (including tax credit) problems but who cannot afford to pay for the necessary advice: a lower-income taxpayer is defined as having income of up to £300 per week. The advice is provided by qualified advisers who give usually one full day or two half days of their time per month free of charge to TaxAid. During this time each adviser...
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