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The Future of Tax

John Davison Indirect Tax Partner Baker Tilly discusses the possible implications of the merger of Customs & Excise and the Inland Revenue
On Budget day the merger of Customs & Excise and the Inland Revenue was announced. This followed the publication of the O'Donnell review of the Revenue Departments: 'Financing Britain's Future'. What though are the implications of this announcement and what does the review hope to achieve?
This review is just one of a number that has been undertaken to improve efficiency within Government (and includes reports into Government statistics reviewing internal banking services devolving of decision making a review of public sector efficiency and the public sector location review). Whilst...

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