TaxCorporate TaxCreaseys’ girl completes tax tests in one year

Creaseys' girl completes tax tests in one year

Creaseys' Ola gets a move on by completing three tax qualifications in three years

Creaseys accountant Ola Majcherczyk has completed her AAT, CIoT and most
recently the advanced diploma in international taxation within three years of
leaving Poland to work in the UK.

The advanced diploma on its own normally takes three years of study.

27-year old Majcherczyk arrived in the UK spring 2005 after completing a
five-year MA programme at an economics university.

Looking to the future Ola says she dreams of ‘retirement at an early age in a
tax paradise’.

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