AATV: Top tax advisers discuss Con-Lib plans

AATV: Top tax advisers discuss Con-Lib plans

John Whiting and George Bull speak about the tax implications arising from the new coalition government

Two of the UK’s most prominent tax advisers: the CIoT’s John Whiting; and
George Bull, national head of tax at Baker Tilly, discuss the permutations
likely to arise from a Con-Lib government in an expected second Budget, and
beyond.

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