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The Business of Tax report 2019

Kirsteen Brannigan Market Insight, Senior Finance

We are proud to support the 2019 Business of Tax report. Published in London-based newspaper CityAM, this detailed report features articles from industry leaders focusing on Making Tax Digital, the Taxation of Trusts and the devolution of Tax. Below you will find a link to the relevant articles. The full report can be accessed at:  www.businessandindustry.co.uk/tax

Q&A: Making Tax Digital – and life easier for accountants
Cloud-based technology will make life easier for accountants as the Making Tax Digital roll-out gets under way. Read more here: http://www.businessandindustry.co.uk/tax/making-tax-digital-and-life-easier-for-accountants

Tax in a digitalised economy
Digitalisation is transforming our everyday lives, as well as the way our economy and society is organised and functions. This digital transformation raises a large number of public policy challenges. Read more here: http://www.businessandindustry.co.uk/tax/tax-in-a-digitalised-economy

Push for transparency in trusts
Do you have a trust in your life? While you may not be the fortunate beneficiary of a long-established family trust, the chances are that you will have contact with some form of trust in your personal finances. Trusts are embedded in our legal system, in the ownership of property, the structure of investments and even in commercial. Read more here: http://www.businessandindustry.co.uk/tax/push-for-transparency-in-trusts

What DAC6 disclosure rules could mean for your business
Intermediaries are going to be impacted by new, mandatory disclosure rules, says Fabrice Chatelain, Director at BearingPoint, an international RegTech solutions provider. They need to prepare now. Read more here: http://www.businessandindustry.co.uk/tax/what-dac6-disclosure-rules-could-mean-for-your-business

5 steps to get ready for digital tax reporting
The dos and don’ts of Making Tax Digital according to the Federation of Small Businesses Policy & Advocacy Chairman Martin McTague. Read more here: http://www.businessandindustry.co.uk/tax/5-steps-to-get-ready-for-digital-tax-reporting