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Cornish tax practice up for 'Oscar'

A Cornish accountancy firm stands the chance of winning a major tax award at its first attempt after being shortlisted in the category best tax team in the industry's equivalent of the 'Oscars'.

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Newquay and Truro-based Winter Rule will be up for the title of ‘best tax team in a small consultancy’ to be handed out following a dinner at London’s Hilton Hotel on Tuesday night.

Winter Rule will join KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte and Ernst & Young at the ceremony.

Winter Rule’s tax team is headed by John Endacott, who has been with the firm since 1998. ‘This achievement will motivate everyone in the team,’ he said.

The identity of the guest speaker is to be kept under wraps prior to the event. Last year former chancellor Kenneth Clark handed out the gongs.

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