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Corporation Tax & PFI

Heather Glass Corporate Tax Consultant and Elspeth Orcharton Partner Ernst & Young LLP discuss the tax issues arising from PFI
The Private Finance Initiative (PFI) was born under John Major's Conservative government but ten years on it is seen very much as a New Labour child. Despite its numerous detractors it looks here to stay.
PFI has brought with it some novel and difficult tax issues and the Inland Revenue has responded by forming a working group with representatives from the Treasury and various parties advising the private sector. The purpose of the group has been to identify tax issues particular to PFI causing difficulty. As a result of the group's work a number of PFI-specific Tax Bulletin articles have been issued. However many...

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