“Having a system of collecting tax, reporting information on a real-time basis, delivering insights, maybe directly to a regulator, means that we've got to totally change our perspective.
Paul’s advice is to new practitioners is twofold.
“And make connections. Because ultimately, if you are dealing with like-minded people, they all have different perspectives and we all benefit from getting multiple perspectives from other professionals.”
Joining The Tax Institute has also been instrumental for his career.
“Getting involved in The Institute has been one of the key things that has helped me achieve lots in my career,” says Paul.
“But then getting involved in The Tax Institute is another; event committees, attending events, getting on committees, ultimately now being on National Council.
“It's been great and having something like The Tax Institute has been wonderful to be part of.”
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