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MEET | THE | EXPERTS: How will we pay for COVID-19?

With unprecedented levels of public spending so far and set to continue in times of COVID-19, how might the government drag us out of the deficit?

This MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar on Thursday 9 July explores the balance required to stimulate the economy and replenish the coffers, and will focus on:

  • The possible reform of existing taxes and reliefs
  • Whether there could be a new tax in sight
  • The timescale for change
  • Factors that may influence tax policy decision makers

Speakers include: Dr Arun Advani (Assistant Prof of Economics, Warwick), Emma Chamberlain OBE CTA (Tax barrister and Visiting Professor at Oxford University, and author of ‘Taxation of Wealth and Wealth Transfers’ for the Mirrlees Review) and Alexander Marcham (Private Client Director, PwC). MTG Partner Fiona Poole will chair the session.

Please click here to register.

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