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Tax competition winners announced

AccountancyAge.com is pleased to announce the winners of a recent Accountancy Age competition celebrating Ernst & Young tax partner Anne Redston's victory at this year's Awards for Excellence.

David Fletcher of Ashton Hart David Lee was the winner and has been given a place at the English ICA’s Corporate Taxation conference which kicks off tomorrow. He also wins a copy of Redston’s book IR35: Personal service companies.

Redston won Personality of the Year at the Accountancy Age Awards for Excellence last month after battling hard against the government over IR35 in the last year.

Runners up Geoff Bedingfield of Baker Tilly and Elaine Berry of Fletcher Berry will also be sent copies of the book.

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To buy a copy of Anne Redston’s book, click here.

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