PracticeAccounting FirmsCompetition success for Accountancy Age readers

Competition success for Accountancy Age readers

Two lucky Accountancy Age subscribers have won £100 of Oddbins vouchers in our annual registration competition.

Jonathan Reid, of Horwath Clark Whitehill in Reading, and Jackie Chalmers of Redrow Homes in Cardiff, both benefited simply by ticking a box on their annual registration forms.

Reid, who works in the audit arm of the mid-tier accountancy firm, told AccoutancyAge.com he had already spent half the vouchers on a big night with friends.

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