The Future Of Tax event was a joint PQ Magazine / Queen Mary event and I would like to commend the University for hosting such a professional event.

From left to right, we had Makayla Coombes who offered valuable insights on actually working in tax consultancy, and myself from Kaplan. I spoke about Personal Service Companies and IR35.

The next person is Anita Monteith (Head Of Tax Policy, ICAEW) who is incredibly intelligent and spoke at a macro-economic level on the evolution of the government tax policies.

Last but not least, we had Jason Piper (Head Of Tax, ACCA) who is another intellectual heavyweight, and discussed environmental taxes, crypto, and how the UK tax is set to evolve based on global megatrends.

As usual, Graham Hambly from PQ Magazine is working tirelessly as a champion for students. I would recommend that everyone subscribes to this invaluable free resource to help you with your studies.

I felt particularly fortunate as, among the audience, I had my ACCA-qualified students working in tax, past students who have passed Advanced Tax with me but still studying for their remaining ACCA exams, and current ACCA ATX students whom I will be meeting this coming week.

There was a lot of useful information covered and everyone had a great time. The demand for tax consultants is growing, and this sector has incredible opportunities.

If you are planning on doing Taxation or Advanced Tax in December 2022 or March 2023, I recommend you purchase Tax Condensed or Advanced Tax Condensed which will allow you to learn the technical rules. If you then practice the key questions I recommend, you too will be ready for anything the examiner throws at you.

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