Think tank warns that hiking cost of financing now is a risky business
The Tax Strategy Group says adopting the EU’s directive on interest limitation now hits companies already reeling from Brexit and Covid-19
It’s that time of the year again when the Tax Strategy Group (TSG) gets to have its say.
This think tank, chaired by the Department of Finance, is not a decision-making body. It is charged with providing the government with a list of “options and issues to be considered in the budgetary process”.
This year it produced 12 papers full of suggestions on various tax issues, but today our focus should...
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