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New president takes office at ATT

Trevor Johnson has been elected president of the Association of Taxation Technicians.

Speaking at the association’s agm on Tuesday, Johnson said he would like to see communications develop between the ATT’s 4000 members and ‘encourage as many as possible to take part in ATT life and share in the “fun”‘.

He added that a member target of 8,000 members by 2009 could be improved. ‘I would like to think that we could better that and achieve 10,000 members by that date.’

Johnson, an ATT council member since 1990, is a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation’s council and was chairman of its Education committee. He has also served as chairman at the CIOT?s Leeds and Merseyside branches.

Anthony Thomas, an ATT council member since 1997 was appointed deputy president and Andrew Hubbard, a council member since 1993 is the new vice president.

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