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Last chance to enter Awards

We are extending the deadline for entries to this year's Accountancy Age Awards, but if you want your achievements over the past 12 months recognised, you only have two weeks to throw your hat into the ring.

Link: Click here to enter

The awards are the only ones to recognise achievement across the accountancy business. Whether you are a member of a finance team or an FD, a firm of accountants or a software provider to the industry, you now have until to 8 August to ensure your entry form reaches us.

With 17 categories, this year’s awards promise to be bigger than ever. We are moving to a spectacular new venue – London’s Battersea Park Arena – and we have lined up our most impressive panel of judges yet.

The line-up will be revealed in Accountancy Age next month, but they include one of the UK’s most influential tax figures, a high-profile regulator and a senior politician.

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