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The Irish Government will make decisions on the phasing out of the Universal Social Charge on a year-by-year basis, according to the Minister of State for Financial Services, Eoghan Murphy. Read Full Story
Financial Secretary to the Treasury Jane Ellison has said she aims to increase transparency surrounding HM Revenue and Customs's performance, saying its customer service "hasn't always been good enough." Read Full Story
The UK Government must change the way it makes tax and budget decision to reduce taxpayer confusion, prevent costly errors, and avoid embarrassing u-turns, professional bodies have said in a report. Read Full Story
UK members of parliament should consult tax experts before scrutinizing finance bills and be "more rigorous" in examining new measures, according to Andrew Tyrie, the Chair of the House of Commons Treasury Committee. Read Full Story
In a press conference on October 15, following approval by the Government of the draft Italian 2017 Budget, Premier Matteo Renzi announced that it contains the promised business tax cuts, and underlined that "tax burdens continue to go down." Read Full Story
The Institute for Government, Institute for Fiscal Studies, and Chartered Institute of Taxation have released a wishlist for the new UK Chancellor. Read Full Story
A new survey of business leaders by the Institute of Directors has revealed that investment in UK start-ups and growing businesses has become more attractive due to the changes to capital gains tax and Entrepreneurs' Relief announced in the March Budget. Read Full Story
The Irish Revenue has published an e-brief that explains the changes to the Employment and Investment Incentive announced in the 2015 and 2016 Budgets. Read Full Story
Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan's 2016 Budget will reduce the marginal tax rate for middle-income earners to 49.5 percent and address disparities in the treatment of the self-employed and employees. Read Full Story
The Business Council of Australia has said that Budget 2015 should make no ad hoc tax changes. It said any reforms should be considered in the context of the comprehensive Tax White Paper process. Read Full Story
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