Are there any members who work for PWC

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Is there any members, in this group, who work for Price Waterhouse Coopers?

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By David Ex
10th Dec 2023 18:51

Possibly but they may be reluctant to disclose the fact, especially as you don’t indicate why you’re interested.

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By Leywood
10th Dec 2023 18:56

+1.

Combined with the OP’s tendency to engage in sending unwanted private messages to respondents of his posts.

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By Kosher
10th Dec 2023 19:05

Thank you for being very helpful

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By FactChecker
10th Dec 2023 19:09

Any that are, but who operate here under an identifiable name (rather than an alias), are probably forbidden from announcing it on a public forum ... particularly in the case of an enquiry that fails to disclose the context of the question.

If you want to communicate with a current employee (any of them irrespective of experience/seniority/specialism?) then you'll need to lay your cards face up on the table ... or approach PWC direct and open your wallet.

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By Kosher
10th Dec 2023 20:06

It doesn't matter, I have only a few clients to back up my measly state pension, I cannot pay PWC or one of there managers for the information I need.

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By FactChecker
10th Dec 2023 20:15

Bit of a cleft stick in which you find yourself then ...
A question (unknown to us) that can only be answered (for reasons also unknown to us) by a current member of PWC - but you will only accept an answer from them if it is FOC?

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By Leywood
10th Dec 2023 20:22

Their not there.

Can you not pass any PWC fee on to the client?

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
11th Dec 2023 08:55

Grammarly is FOC.

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By Ruddles
10th Dec 2023 19:16

Kosher wrote:

Is there any members, in this group, who work for Price Waterhouse Coopers?


Yes
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By WinterDragon
10th Dec 2023 19:30

I'd tell you, but then I'd have to kill you

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By Matrix
10th Dec 2023 20:13

Do you have a tax advice line you could call or maybe try Ross Martin?

Pass any costs onto your client if it is an area of uncertainty where a tax opinion is required.

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By Matrix
11th Dec 2023 11:18

This post disappeared and then I remembered the TAN per post below.

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By Matrix
10th Dec 2023 23:16

If you are looking to source a tax opinion then try the Tax Advice Network. Pass the cost onto your client (having agreed this course of action first obvs).

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By Kosher
11th Dec 2023 10:58

Thank you, at long last someone is helpful. My client stands to be better off by £16,000 reduction in tax and instead of me getting £200 for doing the tax return I am hoping to charge £1,000, so it is worthwhile to pay someone for advice.

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By paul.benny
11th Dec 2023 11:04

There is someone with the user name emmawatson1998. I don't know for sure that they work for PwC but they appeared most concerned should their employer carry out DBS checks on their staff.

https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/profile/emmawatson1998

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