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

In this, 4th MEET | THE | EXPERTS panel discussion chaired by Fiona Poole, participants Emma Chamberlain OBE,  Dr Arun Advani  and Alexander Marcham  shared their views and insights on what tax changes we might see to assist the government replenish the country’s coffers following the unprecedented public spending (and corresponding debt) incurred as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

To read a summary of their views (and watch a recording of their discussion) click on the link below.

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