TaxCorporate TaxWill the Treasury really help advisers on Budget day?

Will the Treasury really help advisers on Budget day?

GOOD WORK by Tax Advice Network chairman Mark Lee, who has spotted a Treasury note that declares, from this Budget onwards, all tax policy changes will included within one document.

Tax advisers might see this as taking out some of the ‘fun’ of poring through the Red Book for the detail.

But somehow, despite the Treasury’s good intentions, I can’t see them doing away with this tried and trusted routine for the tax profession.

We also don’t know how big the doc will be anyway…still, don’t hold your breath that it will contain everything you’ll need to do your job. I’m sure advisers won’t want too much changed in their Budget day routine anyway.

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