The taxman is inviting questions from tax advisers to be put to Dave
Hartnett, the director general of HM Revenue & Customs.
The body, which recently told
Accountancy Age it wanted to connect with ‘high-street advisers’, says it
will answer questions in its next series of podcasts.
Advisers should send questions to Jonathan Kinsella at
‘The launch of podcasts have demonstrated there’s a real appetite for the
chance to hear directly from some of the UK’s most senior tax practitioners,’
says Anne Shevas, acting director of communications & marketing at HMRC.
‘Working Together is an ongoing discussion between business and HMRC. The
next set of podcasts aim to be more interactive, so agents can ask about
emerging issues – and hear straight from the top,’ she said.
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