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Annual review of the tax profession

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What is and what has been

Key points

  • Technology underpins the tax profession. Nobody wants to miss the AI bus but equally nobody wants to make the wrong strategic move.
  • PCRT is so embedded in the DNA of the profession that there is no longer any need for firms to draw attention to their approach to tax avoidance.
  • Employers are serious about mental health issues.
  • The definition of an ‘office’ has very much changed.
  • There seems to be no limit to the types of situations clients get themselves into.

Now that the dust has settled on the 2024 Taxation Awards I thought that I would as have done before share with you some of my thoughts about what the entries say about the current state of our profession the issues which concern us all and what the future may hold. All of the entries are of course submitted confidentially and obviously I...

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