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A transparent tax framework?

There have been some unkind suggestions emerging that the Hundred Group has been a little less than transparent over the launch of its report into the Total Tax Contribution Framework.

Despite saying it would have a website featuring the report up and running within a week of release, the site has still not reached t’internet, and those interested in looking at the Group’s methodology are currently unable to, unless they personally request a copy of the report. The website will be out ‘in a few weeks,’ a spokesman says.

TS does not wish to join those saying that this rather runs counter to the aim of developing a total tax concept, namely to increase the transparency of company tax reporting. We note only that some are saying so, and that we think the nice people at Prudential, tasked with presenting the report, may have had other things on their minds in recent weeks.

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