As some will remember, before the whole lockdown carp arrived I was offered a position with a new company, which I was happy to accept. Of course, then things unravelled with the whole flu thing.
Fast forward, and I learned yesterday that the offer stands, with a new (hopefully - subject to world events) starting date.
Now, I'm specifically a tax guy, though I tend to get roped in to anything that says "HMRC" on it, which as most of you will know in recent weeks, includes a lot of stuff that doesn't say "HMRC" as well.
It seems that the tax team at the new company are very focused just on tax, but during discussion there was a suggestion that my broader experience will have value.
Ahead of time, however, I have to learn a new mindset to current, so do I continue to absorb stuff outside of the "narrow" remit of pure direct taxation, or do I start to focus more on that sphere?