TaxCorporate TaxThe rise and rise of the tax director

The rise and rise of the tax director

I thought Joel Walters’ interview in the CIOT/ATT journal Tax Adviser was interesting not only for what he said, but also for the fact that it was him saying it.

Walters is, for those who don’t know, the group head of tax at Vodafone, and he makes the point that he thinks there is not as much ‘tax avoidance’ going on, there just seems to be because where disagreements between companies and HMRC do arise, they involve huge sums of money.

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