Shorts shortlisted in three categories at Yorkshire Accountancy Awards 2018

16th March 2018

Shorts are delighted to have been shortlisted for no less than three award categories at the Yorkshire Accountancy Awards 2018 - Mid-Tier firm of the year, Tax Team of the year and Advisory team of the year.

The award categories were open to everyone involved in accountancy within Yorkshire, and the awards aim to celebrate the successes of those organisations, teams and individuals who have excelled within the region. The following criteria needed to be reached, in order to qualify for shortlisting; Mid-Tier Firm of the Year The winning firm will have demonstrated to the judges that they; demonstrate appreciation and recognition by clients show client initiatives that set the firm apart highlight their contribution to the business community receive recognition from other firms Tax Team of the Year The winning firm will have demonstrated to the judges that they; can provide clear evidence of the team's success evidence their technical ability demonstrate the application of innovative ideas demonstrate quality tax advice for clients provide strong testimonials Advisory Team of the Year the winning firm will have demonstrated to the judges that they; can provide clear evidence of the team's success evidence their technical ability demonstrate the application of innovative ideas demonstrate quality advice for the benefit of clients provide strong testimonials The awards dinner will take place on Thursday 10 May 2018 at New Dock Hall in Leeds.   Good luck to all those shortlisted.

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