Private Practice

Tax Associate 1+ - Oxford

Tax Associate 1+ - Oxford

  • Corporate Tax Associate 1+ PQE - Oxford office
  • You will deal with the entire range of corporate tax issues
  • from advising on the optimum tax structure for buying, selling or reorganising a business,
  • obtaining tax clearances and offering guidance on the stamp duty implications of an acquisition or reorganisation,
  • to providing support on all VAT matters, international tax issues and the conduct of tax disputes.

Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP is a leading UK law firm which provides high quality legal advice tailored to both businesses and individuals.

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