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Tax Advisers and HMRC

Robin Williamson reflects on the themes of the Tax Faculty's 2007 Wyman Symposium
What do revenue authority and tax profession want from each other? Are their objectives the same? Are tax advisers nothing but cunning greedy tax avoiders and does HMRC deserve the vituperation constantly levelled at it by the professional press? If this is how low the relationship between them has sunk is it worth salvaging? If it is how must it be improved? Is it the same in other parts of the world?
These and related questions were raised at the ICAEW Tax Faculty's 2007 Wyman Symposium on the evening of Thursday 12 July. Paul Aplin chairman of the Tax Faculty chaired and there were four excellent speakers: the award-winning lecturer Rebecca...

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