PracticeAuditDrinks on Accountancy Age for lucky readers

Drinks on Accountancy Age for lucky readers

Two lucky Accountancy Age readers have won £100 of Oddbins vouchers in our annual registration card draw.

ICAEW-qualified Rachel Grindle, who works for Ernst & Young in London, scooped one prize with Sophie Maki, a finance officer with Surrey County Council, picking up the other.

Both won by simply ticking a box on their annual Accountancy Age registration forms.

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