TaxCorporate TaxMore business owners positive about UK tax rules

More business owners positive about UK tax rules

Greater number of privately owned businesses are supportive of taxman's efforts to boost enterprise

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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