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Becoming a locum/self employed tax return preparer

taxle.tax
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Becoming a locum/self employed tax return preparer

Postby taxle.tax » Tue Mar 16, 2021 7:32 am

Does anyone have experience in becoming a locum as a tax return preparer/adviser for accountancy practices?
I know solicitors often hire locums on a self employed basis but it's not something I've heard accountants do.
Any advice on where/how you found your first work would be much appreciated.
How did you work around the potential 'conflict of interest' issue and were there any other problems you stumbled across?
Thanks

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