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17 October 2007 / Richard Curtis
Issue: 4130 / Categories: Comment & Analysis
The CIOT's latest developments for its Tax Advice Week are reviewed by RICHARD CURTIS

One might be inclined to think that tax is a matter for grown-ups; you start to work (or inherit a pile of money) and what should come tagging along — on your payslip or self-assessment tax return — but your old friend tax. After a few months it's like it has always been there eating away at your income. The Chartered Institute of Taxation thinks it's time to 'wake up and smell the coffee' and the sooner we realise that tax has an impact on our lives from a very early stage the better. This year's Tax Advice Week started on Monday 15 October when the Taxables family in the company of CIOT President Rob Ellerby and other CIOT officers were welcomed to HMRC head office by Vice Chairman Dave Hartnett. The aim of the week is to run a series of events that help people...

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