Difference between working in UKI/FS Direct/Indirect Tax

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I know how indirect and direct tax are different. Could someone explain how different it is to work in UKI or FS? Which one would be better for me at a summer internship level?
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Direct tax are taxes like corporation tax, whilst indirect taxes are taxes like VAT & stamp duty etc

UKI means the clients you are going to work for could be in any sectors, from oil & gas, to retailers etc

FS mean Financial Service, so your clients are gonna be banks, insurance companies etc
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