Talented foursome pass tax exams with flying colours

Years of studying has paid off for four talented team members at chartered accountants and business advisers Princecroft Willis (PcW).

     

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Textbook triumph: Heather Williams, PcW's Corporate Tax Director, highlights the tax books studied by (left to right) Laura Dowling, Robert Crocker, James McDougal and Ben Joicey.

Robert Crocker, Laura Dowling, Ben Joicey and James McDougal have passed their taxation exams with flying colours.

Ben is now a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, or Chartered Taxation Adviser, after passing the highest taxation exam possible.

For their part Laura, Robert and James have qualified as members of the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT).

Robert and James will now go on to study for the Chartered Taxation Adviser (CTA) qualification.

Heather Williams, PcW's Corporate Tax Director, said: "Studying for the Chartered Institute of Taxation exams now means getting to grips with the ever increasing volumes of tax legislation.

"We have to recruit only the very best graduates as passing these taxation exams is no mean feat. To have all four of our students pass with flying colours shows a lot of dedicated hard work on each of their parts and I am so very proud of them all.” 

 

17 May 2012