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Résumé of Rebecca Cave, FCA CTA MBA BSc

Rebecca Cave

On qualification as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG I moved to the medium sized firm of Robson Rhodes to pursue my interest in taxation, where I qualified as a Chartered Tax Adviser in 1991.

While at Robson Rhodes I found time to study for an MBA at the University of East Anglia and was awarded the masters degree with distinction in 1996. The research for my MBA thesis (The Careers of Female Chartered Accountants) encouraged me to change my career direction and become a writer, initially working for the weekly paper Accountancy Age.

Following a spell back in practice I found my ideal job as a Tax Editor for Thomson Tax, a division of Gee Publishing. Regrettably in 2000 Gee prematurely canned the Thomson Tax Library, a full tax library on CD-Rom, and I was set free to pursue my freelance career.

Career Summary

2000 onwards Freelance Writer and editor
Specialising in tax and business issues
1997-2000 Gee Publishing
Tax Editor
1996-1997 Lander and Co
Tax Manager
1996 VNU Business Publications
Staff Writer on Accountancy Age
1995-1996 Martin and Acock
Senior Tax Manager
1990-1995 Robson Rhodes
Tax Senior rising to Tax Manager
1986-1990 KPMG Peat Marwick
Trainee rising to Tax Senior

Memberships

Fellow of Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

Chairman of Mid-Anglia branch of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIoT).

Past President of the Beds Bucks and Herts District Society of Chartered Accountants (BBH).

Member of the Society of Authors.

Interests

Member of British Mensa

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