TaxCorporate TaxAudio: 15% corporate tax could rescue economy

Audio: 15% corporate tax could rescue economy

Senior finance chiefs say a huge drop in CT would halt corporate exodus without hurting tax take

Kevin Reed talks to David Jetuah about the calls from some of the most senior
finance staff in the UK to drop corporate tax rates to 15%, who argue that the
move would stop companies leaving the country, encourage new entrants, while any
losses would be more than made up through employment taxes.

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