TaxPersonal TaxAccountancy Age writer wins award

Accountancy Age writer wins award

Accountancy Age news editor Chris Quick was last night named tax journalist of the year at the Butterworth Tolley tax awards.

The event, which took place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, was attended by 400 senior figures from the profession.

The award is the second in a week for Accountancy Age. For the second year in succession, Accountancy Age won the Emerald Golden Page Award, which was presented in Leeds to editor Damian Wild.

Quick beat off competition from The Times accountancy editor Robert Bruce, who was among the short listed candidates.

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