The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) is holding a tax debate on Monday 16 October as part of its Tax Advice Week.
The debate will include discussion on tax avoidance, complexity and the rights of the taxpayer.
John Cullinane, CIOT President, says: “I am looking forward to a lively discussion from the panellists. I have no doubt that the contributions from the panel and the audience will be fascinating and a vital addition to the wider policy debate on taxation issues.”
The debate will be chaired by CIOT past President John Whiting. The panel consists of MPs Rob Marris (Labour), Mark Hoban, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury (Cons), Dr Vincent Cable, Shadow Chancellor for the Liberal Democrats and Simon Gompertz, journalist from Working Lunch.
The debate will be held at the offices of Deloitte in Stonecutter Court, Stonecutter Street, London EC4.
The debate is sponsored by Deloitte, Lovells and Sweet & Maxwell.
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Tax Advice Week is sponsored by Sage.