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Chartered accountant Chris Driver has passed further exams to become a specialist tax adviser

He has become a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, the UK’s leading professional body for tax advisers, and can use the CTA designatory letters.

Its members deal with all aspects of taxation and Chris was pleased to join its ranks.

“It is another string to my bow and gives me options going forward,” Chris said.

A former pupil at Winterton Comprehensive School and John Leggott College, Chris joined RNS in 2015 after graduating from Durham University with a degree in economics.

He passed his accountancy exams and joined the agricultural team last year. He also looks after clients in a range of different sectors.

Chris said: “I am grateful to the partners at RNS for giving me a variety of opportunities and supporting my training in accountancy and now tax.

“I enjoy the role and becoming a chartered tax adviser will add to its variety.

“I look forward to helping clients with all aspects of tax.

“It also means the practice has another qualified specialist to draw on.”

There has also been exam success elsewhere in the firm.

Alice Sharp, who joined RNS in 2019 as a member of the bookkeeping and payroll staff, is studying her AAT Level 4 in Accountancy having passed Levels 2 and 3.

And Kerry Alliss has passed her final case study exam for ACA, completing that qualification.

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