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Tax Associate

Tax Associate

  • Linklaters are currently seeking a newly qualified Tax Associate to join our team in London
  • The team's tax structuring expertise and high quality advisory skills help us to provide a comprehensive service
  • You will be providing tax advice integrated with the commercial, legal and regulatory aspects of transactions
  • Candidates should have at least six months’ experience of providing UK tax advice with commercial acumen
  • You should also be a technically excellent team player with strong analytical and communication skills

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