AccountancyAge TV: professional indemnity insurance, and ECJ tax cases

AccountancyAge TV: professional indemnity insurance, and ECJ tax cases

This week we discuss the future for professional indemnity insurance premiums and prospects for UK tax law in light of ECJ cases

professional indemnity

In this week’s Big Question from Accountancy Age TV, members of the editorial
team discuss the professional indemnity insurance market and the implications
for UK tax law of the recent surge in the number of cases going before the
European Court of Justice.

Link:
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to watch the video (Windows Media Player file)

To see our special report on professional indemnity premiums click
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and to read more on ECJ tax cases click
here
.

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