City AM: Record-level demand for tax lawyers after Spring Budget

The Spring Budget’s batch of changes to taxation has resulted in law firms posting more vacancies for tax lawyers in February than any other month over the last two years.

On 6 March, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced his Spring Budget, which came with a lot of changes including the introduction of a British ISA, a small cut in National Insurance, and the abolition of the non-dom tax regime.

How is this going to affect the recruitment of tax lawyers further?


Read the full article in City AM.

The labour market data used in this press coverage was extracted from Vacancysoft Analytics. For more information or to book an interactive workshop, click here.

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