The exams are the final formal step in a long learning process for these individuals, who have now attained the UK’s premier tax qualification.
Kerryl works in Carlisle on corporate tax planning projects such as claims for research and development tax credits. Sarah was an assistant tax consultant at Penrith who has recently moved to the Workington office to take up a position as a Business Services Manager. Scott works on various tax planning projects for business and individuals within the Dumfries and Lockerbie offices and is an Inheritance Tax and trust specialist.
Scott achieved a distinction in his Advisory Inheritance Tax, Trusts and Estate paper. His distinction was one of only nine distinctions awarded to the group of 889 candidates sitting the Chartered Tax Adviser exams in May 2012.
Bob Wheatcroft, Head of Tax at Armstrong Watson said:
‘Kerryl, Sarah & Scott have all done tremendously well and should be proud of their achievements in attaining this qualification. In doing so they have not only demonstrated their own commitment to hard work but they have shown the strength of the tax team here at Armstrong Watson’
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