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Where Taxpayers and Advisers Meet
Keith Gordon wins CTA of the year
29/05/2009, by Sarah Laing, Tax News - Professionals in Practice & Industry
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Keith Gordon has been named CTA of the Year at the LexisNexis Taxation Awards.

CTA of the Year awards those members of The Chartered Institute of Taxation who have made an outstanding contribution to tax and/or the tax community.

The judges considered five nominees from across the country. Keith was awarded the title because of his pro bono work, prodigious writing and work for the CIOT's London Branch as well as his day to day work at the Bar.

Andrew Hubbard, CIOT President, says: "I am delighted to congratulate Keith on his achievement. The award shows that Chartered Tax Advisers are not only focused on their jobs but also make valuable contributions to their communities. All of the nominees for this award are excellent standard-bearers for the CIOT and choosing between them cannot have been easy. I thank all of them for their contribution over the last year to the Institute and to the wider community."

About The Author

Sarah Laing
Editor, TaxationWeb News

Sarah is a Chartered Tax Adviser. She has been writing professionally since joining CCH Editions in 1998 as a Senior Technical Editor, contributing to a range of highly regarded publications including the British Tax Reporter, Taxes - The Weekly Tax News, the Red & Green legislation volumes, Hardman's, International Tax Agreements and many others. She became Publishing Manager for the tax and accounting portfolio in 2001 and later went on to help run CCH Seminars (including ABG Courses and Conferences).

Sarah originally worked for the Inland Revenue in Newbury and Swindon Tax Offices, before moving out into practice in 1991. She has worked for both small and Big 5 firms. She now works as a freelance author providing technical writing services for the tax and accountancy profession.

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