Tax Relief for Articled Clerks

March 1970
Accountancy;Mar1970, Vol. 81 Issue 919, p215
Trade Publication
Examines proposals for tax relief for student accountants' educational expenses in Great Britain. Arguments in support of tax relief; Tax position of student accountants.


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