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15 September 2005 / Allison Plager
Issue: 4025 / Categories: Comment & Analysis

Why be a chartered tax adviser? ALLISON PLAGER finds out.

Why be a chartered tax adviser? ALLISON PLAGER finds out.

NOT SO LONG ago in 1994 the Institute of Taxation gained its royal charter to become the Chartered Institute of Taxation. The adoption of the title 'chartered tax adviser' for members of the Institute came a few years later and now the number of practices designated CTA has proliferated. The CIOT has rightly always been very keen to promote tax as a separate profession to accountancy rather than just an adjunct to it and the advent of self assessment has made this very logical. By going to a chartered tax adviser for tax advice the client knows that he will get specialist professional help from an adviser with a relevant professional qualification.

The well established

Linthurst Tax Advisers was set up in 1988 by a fellow of the Institute and Barbara...

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