February 4, 2020 / Europe
2020 marks a year of transition for the UK, as we prepare to leave the European Union with a newly formed Conservative government at the helm. Technology is also transforming the world in which we live, the businesses of the future and the talent those businesses need to succeed
While there will no doubt be challenges ahead, these l changes also bring opportunities, for businesses and policymakers alike, to re-evaluate our position in the global economy and the policies that shape it.
In an effort to explore the ‘art of the possible’, A&M Taxand UK and Taxand commissioned macroeconomic research firm, Capital Economics, in Autumn 2019, to analyse and assess the tax system options available to the UK post-Brexit.
The result is a report that sets out nine policies in total, providing context, potential changes and overall economic impact of each. Based on the assessment process, and expertise provided by A&M Taxand’s experts, a list of policy recommendations has been made.
The emerging policies, independent of client or sector bias, cover a range of areas but all focus towards the same goals:
The report analyses the following nine policies and provides an impact assessment for UK plc if they were to be implemented: