More business owners positive about UK tax rules

About one third of privately owned businesses in the UK believe that the
country’s tax rules encourage business and entrepreneurship.

A study compiled by PricewaterhouseCoopers showed that the favourable
response to HM Revenue & Customs had increased from a fifth of respondents a
year ago.

The survey also found that 62% of the 423 companies polled felt that new
methods of communicating with the taxman had been very helpful.

The survey findings will be welcomed by HMRC officials, who have made a
concerted effort to improve relations with business.

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