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A manifesto for the profession

What would be in your manifesto from the profession? What are your priorities for the new government?

Which policies do you want to see enacted? A change in tax rules, new
regulation, abolition of troublesome legislation?

Accountancy Age is putting together a manifesto from the profession
and we want your ideas. Send your manifesto proposals, it doesn’t matter which
specialism you work in or whether you’re from practice or the

business world. We want ideas that would have a direct impact on the working
lives of accountants, wherever they are.

Once we have a list we’ll ask Accountancy Age readers to vote on their top
ten issues which we can then present to the new government as a manifesto from
the profession. We’ll also publish the result online.

Visit our
LinkedIn
group
to submit your ideas, or email them straight to us at
comment@accountancyage.com and write ‘Manifesto’ in the subject box.

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