The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) and the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) are once again jointly organising debates during this year’s party conference season, this time on the topic: What does fair business taxation look like in a digital world?
The Labour Conference takes place in Liverpool and the debate is open to all who wish to attend (subject to space). As well as CIOT and IFS the debate is co-sponsored by Labour Business.
The panel will be:
Anneliese Dodds MP, Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury;
Glyn Fullelove, Deputy President, CIOT;
Helen Miller, Associate Director at the Institute for Fiscal Studies
Chair: Hamish Sandison (Chair, Labour Business)
There will be an opportunity to ask questions of the panel and make brief points from the floor.
The panel will consider questions such as:
- Corporation tax is levied based on where businesses create value, but what does that mean in today’s world?
- Are the government right to be considering a revenue-based tax for digital companies?
- Is an international solution likely?
A hot buffet lunch and drinks will be served.
This event is free to attend. It takes place outside the conference secure zone so you do not require a conference pass to attend. It is not a requirement to register for the event, but it would be helpful for catering and seating purposes to have an idea of numbers, so if you are thinking of attending we would be grateful if you could email events [at] ciot.org.uk to let us know.
Attendees are encouraged to arrive early to guarantee a seat.