ICAEW Sole practitioners conference 2014

Event: ICAEW Sole practitioners conference 2014 - 28 November

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Location: London

Chartered Accountants’ Hall, Moorgate Place, London EC2R 6EA

Join us for this one day conference aimed specifically for sole practitioners. This is an excellent opportunity for you to hear from expert speakers in this one stop shop for technical updates in tax and accounting.

Attend this conference and keep up to date with relevant and practical advice on a wide range of topics. Hear technical updates in tax and accounting and the highlights of emerging trends to help you with the management of your practice.

If you are going to be joining us for the first time in 2014, you will have the opportunity to meet fellow practitioners in a lively but relaxed atmosphere, exchanging experiences and ideas throughout the day.

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