Johnston Carmichael tax expert elected to ATT Council

Senga Prior, Tax Manager in Johnston Carmichael’s Perth team has been elected to the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) Council.

Senga Prior, Tax Manager in Johnston Carmichael’s Perth team has been elected to the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) Council.

An experienced adviser, Senga has worked in tax for over 17 years specialising in personal taxation matters and working with a range of owner managed businesses, with a particular focus on the agricultural sector the company said in a statement.

Senga Prior said: “It’s a real honour to be elected to the Council. I’ve been involved with the ATT for some time now and I’m delighted to be in a position to help guide the strategy, support the objectives of the Association and to continue the tremendous work they do on behalf of the profession.”

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