To celebrate Anne Redston’s award as Accountancy Age Personality of the Year, we are offering readers the chance to win a free place at the 2000 ICAEW Corporate Taxation Conference on 5 December 2000 (worth #600 + VAT) and a copy of IR 35 – Personal Service Companies by Ernst & Young partner Anne Redston. To enter the draw, simply e-mail your name and phone number to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The book has just been published by ABG Publications and costs #49.50.
For those who have already booked, a winner will have their money returned.
Two runners-up will win a free copy of the book. For further details of the conference, organised by ABG Courses and sponsored by TCSL, and the book, visit www.abgweb.com or ring 0800 783 5000. Closing date: 24 November.
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