Mark is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and a member of the Association of Taxation Technicians and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners. He lectures on tax subjects, is the author of Tolley's Tax Essentials - Direct Tax and has contributed to Simon's Direct Tax Service, as well as the Finance Bill Handbook (Butterworths). Mark's work has also been published in Taxation, Tax Adviser, Tolley's Practical Tax, Tax Journal and Simon's Weekly Tax Intelligence.
Mark gained a number of years' experience as Tax Manager in an expanding Manchester firm of Chartered Accountants, and has also managed regional offices of an international tax firm, a role that included the provision of technical support and advisory services to their network of UK offices.
Since January 1998, Mark has been a consultant in his own tax practice, Mark McLaughlin Associates, which provides tax consultancy and support services to professional firms.
Mark is also a Co-Founder / Director and General Editor of Taxation Web (www.taxationweb.co.uk), the UK's leading independent tax portal.
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