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Tax Videos

 

Podcast: Tax and the Taylor Review

The Taylor Review examined a number of issues relating to new forms of work, self employment and the gig economy, highlighting some key inconsistencies between the tax system and employment practices.

Designing a responsible tax system beyond economic analysis

Heather Buckingham, Interim Director of Research and Policy, Church Urban Fund

What does user-friendly tax policy look like?

Phil Hall, Head of Public Affairs & Public Policy, AAT

Tax policy for the modern economy

Adam Jackson, Director of Public Affairs, Grand Thornton UK
 

Podcast: Tax competition in the Trump era

Coinciding with President Donald Trump’s 100 days in office, The Trump administration last week released a plan for a number of changes to the U.S. Tax Code.

Responsible tax is more than risk and reputation

Rachel McEwan, Director of Sustainability at SSE

Responsible tax: a hygiene factor or business benefit

A panel of business representatives and corporate reputation experts discuss whether responsible tax behaviour is now driven as much by negative public opinion as by the threat of regulation. If this is the case, is public opinion thus unfairly penalising only those companies whose operations are public-facing? And is tax behaviour important in terms of the negative consquences of perceptions of "bad" behaviour, or should it be a more fundamental part of a company's mission? Featuring Bobby Duffy of Ipsos MORI, Kate Elliot of Rathbone Greenbank, Rachel McEwan of SSE and Jon Alexander of the New Citizenship Project

What types of tax behaviour do investors want to see?

Kate Elliot, Senior Ethical Researcher at Rathbone Greenbank Investments

Responsible tax policy requires effective scrutiny

Anneliese Dodds, MEP for the South East

Why is tax important for an industrial strategy?

Kate Bell, Head of Social and Economic Affairs, TUC