Tax transparency, public understanding and a shared purpose

The role of greater transparency in improving public understanding of tax issues and enhancing confidence in the system was the subject of an informative and good-natured debate at the House of Commons on 8 July, hosted by Mazars and the Association of Revenue and Customs and chaired by Margaret Hodge MP, chair of the Commons Public Accounts Committee.

My report focuses in turn on some of the key issues relating to tax authorities, tax advisers and taxpayers – three groups forming what Mazars has called the “transparency triangle”.

Read more on the Mazars Tax Transparency blog.

See also recent Published work.