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Exercising judgement as the head of tax

28 May 2019

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Heads of tax are called upon to make decisions continually, ranging from routine choices to the less frequent, but materially significant. Making decisions involves a combination of exercising judgement and drawing on structured processes to reduce risk writes Sandy Markwick, head of the Tax Director Network at Winmark.



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