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Exercising judgement as the head of tax

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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