"Estimates" in tax returns.

What happens when employee and boss disagree.

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A timely topic, and to coin a phrase, an interesting case.

Taxation mag is, unusally reporting a case from the EAT.

An accountant's employee refused to put "estimates" in the client's TRs. She left and sued for constructive dismisal. She won. At first instance the judge held that 'the Respondent’s principal, Mr Harris, had been either “dishonest” or “incompetent”'

That finding was reversed on appeal because the allegation had not been put to him.




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