Some people are just born to be accountants. Take Chris Sanger, tax partner at Ernst & Young and former Treasury mandarin.
Chris, pictured, demonstrated an interest in accounting from an early age, particularly in a certain accounting back page. Sanger was only four when he was pictured reading Accountancy Age, showing a discernment rare in one so young.
TS is also pleased to announce that Sanger has just had a baby boy Henry Christopher William Sanger was born on Friday.
By way of congratulations, TS is tempted to send young Henry a free copy of the magazine. After all, it won’t be long before he too will be reading it cover to cover.
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