TaxCorporate TaxAudio: EC tells UK to scrap six-year limit on tax repayments

Audio: EC tells UK to scrap six-year limit on tax repayments

Does the UK government have a chance of keeping its six-year repayment limit?

Gavin Hinks talks to David Jetuah about the implications of the EC’s instruction to the UK government to remove its six-year limit on tax repayments and whether the UK has a fighting chance of keeping it.

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