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Economic Affairs Finance Bill Sub-Committee
Call for evidence published 12 September 2018; the deadline for submissions is 1 October 2018.
The Economic Affairs Finance Bill Sub-Committee is examining developments in the balance of powers and safeguards between Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs and the taxpayer. The Sub-Committee is also examining progress on the 'Making Tax Digital' programme since the Sub-Committee's March 2017 Report on Making Tax Digital for Business.
Evidence given by Ruth Stanier OBE, Director-General, Customer Strategy and Tax Design, HMRC; Theresa Middleton, Director, Making Tax Digital (Business), HMRC; Lindsey Whyte, Director, Personal Tax, Welfare and Pensions, HM Treasury
Evidence given by Victoria Todd CTA, Low Incomes Tax Reform Group; Graham Webber CTA, WTT Consulting; Keith Gordon FCA CTA, Barrister, Temple Tax Chambers
Evidence given by I : Mike Cherry, National Chairman, Federation of Small Businesses; Sion Lewis, Chief Executive Officer, IRIS Software Group; Paul Morton, Tax Director, Office for Tax Simplification.
II: Lydia Challen, Chair of the Tax Law Committee, Law Society of England and Wales; Jason Collins, Pinsent Masons; Malcolm Gammie QC, Chair of the Tax Law Review Committee, Institute of Fiscal Studies
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Finance Bill Sub-Committee writes to the Chancellor the Exchequer