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Who’s your favourite tax lecturer?

Who’s your favourite tax lecturer?

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A few years ago I reviewed four tax lectures in and around Bristol:

https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/tech/accounting-software/review-notes-from-the-tax-lecture-circuit

With CPD season creeping up on the horizon, who makes you sit up and listen to tax? Some towering figures on the lecture circuit that immediately come to my mind are Rebecca Benneyworth and Giles Mooney.

Who would you put forward?

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By Mouse house
13th May 2016 17:16

Giles Mooney is great!

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By Moonbeam
14th May 2016 11:42

The great Tim Palmer. His courses are always full or oversubscribed so I am not alone in my view.

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By Jennifer Adams
14th May 2016 18:41

No question about it - Robert Jamieson.
He always comes up with tax planning points that you've not thought of or heard about before. Years of experience ex President CIOT. I know tax is not supposed to be interesting but he makes it so everytime.

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By CMED
15th May 2016 16:29

My vote goes to Rebecca Benneyworth.

I have always found her seminars very good but last month I went to one about property, buying, selling and tax. It was the best seminar I have ever attended in 40 years.

Did I just say '40 years?' Obviously, I was still in nappies when I attended my first.

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By VickyP
16th May 2016 08:53

I agree with Mouse house that Giles Mooney is great !

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By JCresswellTax
16th May 2016 09:57

That is a very hard call!

Probably a draw between Giles & Tim Good. Talk about an entertaining lecture! Always have me in fits of laughter with their jokes and sidetracking. Always easy to stay away for theirs :)

Close behind is definitely Rebecca, she has a different style but always interesting, especially as she does a lot of work directly with HMRC, so is good for some inside knowledge.

After those three, all a bit blah for me...

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By bumpdinkwhallop
16th May 2016 15:27

Robert Jamieson

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By itp3asso
16th May 2016 16:15

Richard Murphy.

Coz i do not agree with a word he says so I could barrack him continuously!

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By Duggimon
17th May 2016 11:36

I'd second Tim Palmer, by far the best speaker I've heard and a view shared by a lot of my colleagues.

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By golders42
18th May 2016 11:29

Tim Good , always amusing, practical and informative

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By janefg
18th May 2016 11:51

No question, Rebecca Benneyworth. I will go to any courses of hers that I can. She is always so clear in her explanations and practical. Also, up to the minute with her knowledge.

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By pauljohnston
18th May 2016 11:56

Tim Goode and Giles Mooney

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By Meerkat
18th May 2016 12:04

Another vote here for Robert Jamieson!

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By A mum and an accountant
18th May 2016 13:01

For the CPD tax lectures I've been to, my favourite is Rebecca Benneyworth but while I was studying ACCA, my favourite tax lecture at the time was Pat Nown.

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By mwngiol
18th May 2016 13:05

Robert Trunchion. Great courses on farmers. And sometimes whistles when he says 's'. What's not to like?

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By stacey.steele
18th May 2016 14:20

Giles and Rebecca are both great. Mark Ward is another good lecturer too.

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By mikeyban
18th May 2016 22:15

Tim Palmer absolutely brilliant...

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By TONY.TONYPOMFRET.COM
19th May 2016 16:03

Most definitely Tim Palmer.

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