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Trusted Adviser: The Practitioners’ Conference

Don't miss out. The conference organised by practitioners for practitioners will be on 21-23 March 2019 at Robinson College, Cambridge.


February 2019

Now in its 47th year, this unique residential conference aims to equip practicing accountants with the latest updates on evolving new technology and the challenges they face every day.

This year’s hot topic is Making Tax Digital and there will be two separate sessions giving two perspectives on it; one from HMRC and the second from the practitioners, presented by Rebecca Benneyworth and Archna Tharani. In addition, there will be further presentations and discussion groups on practice technology, practice regulation, indirect tax, estate planning, pensions, professional indemnity claims as well as general tax, charity and accounting updates.

Not only does this event aim to provide you with the tools to make your practice today a practice for tomorrow, it is a great opportunity to network and share with fellow practitioners in engaging discussion groups, over dinner and during free time.

But don’t take our word for it: this is what previous year’s attendees are saying:

“A superb conference yet again; sparking just the right balance between technical and non-technical content, the conference really does have something for every practitioner!”

“I always leave the conference brimming with ideas and firing with enthusiasm! It is a wonderful tonic to the pressures of professional life.”

We look forward to seeing you in Cambridge in March!

LSCA is offering a new attendee discounted rate for those who have not attended before, as well as a discount to the person who refers them. Please contact Amy Read for more details. 

Full details and online booking at icaew.com/TPC2019

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