RegulationAccounting StandardsCIoT looks to bolster technical team

CIoT looks to bolster technical team

Institute looking for tax professional for small business committee

The Chartered Institute of Taxation is
expanding the work of its technical committee and is looking to hire a tax
expert to work in its new small business and management of taxes sub committees.

The new recruit will be responsible – among other things – for drafting
responses to consultative papers, researching areas for proactive submissions,
dealing with third parties and the press.

The CIoT said this was a significant position with the individual
representing the institute externally.

Further reading:

CIOT says new tax rules from ‘Alice in Wonderland’

CIoT tries to engage with school kids about tax

CIoT concerned over CGT spouse avoidance rules

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