A podcast series discussing the big issues for UK tax and fiscal policy that everyone should debate.
Talking Tax S1E13 - Chancellor's Budget 2020 - A Budget of two halves
On 11 March 2020, Rishi Sunak delivered his first Budget as Chancellor. Marissa Thomas, PwCs Head of Tax discusses what the Budget did and didn't deliver with Jon Richardson, PwC’s Head of Tax Policy, and Gavin Barwell, ex Chief of Staff to Teresa May and current special adviser to PwC.
Talking Tax S1E12 - What will see in this year’s Chancellor’s Budget?
500 days since the last Chancellor’s Budget, what announcements are we likely to see from Rishi Sunak on 11 March? Anna Wallace, Corporate Affairs Director at PwC discuses with Jon Richardson, PwC’s Head of Tax Policy and Gavin Barwell, ex Chief of Staff to Teresa May and current special adviser to PwC.
Talking Tax S1E11 - The Taxation of Digitalisation
What do the OECD proposals around the taxation of digitalisation mean for businesses and the tax system as a whole? Amal Larhlid, PwC’s Global Fiscal Policy Advisory Leader discusses with Dave Murray and Phil Greenfield, Global Tax Policy Advisers.
Talking Tax S1E10 - What do we want the UK to look like beyond Brexit, and how do we get there?
In this time of uncertainty, sharing wider views on the direction of tax policy is critical. Stella Amiss, Head of Tax Policy at PwC discusses the outcomes of some of our recent focus-group workshops with students from Manchester Business School with Wendy Wild, University lecturer at Alliance Manchester Business School and Iain McCluskey, Partner at PwC.
Talking Tax S1E9 - What's the impact of contingent labour?
The way we work is changing; whether you call it contracting, the gig workforce, or off-payroll working, contingent labour is reshaping the way we work. Barry Murphy, Partner at PwC, discusses what this means for businesses, individuals and the tax system with Julian Sansum, Partner and Employment lead at PwC, and Juliet Stuttard, Director of Workforce Transformation at PwC.
Talking Tax S1E8 - What’s the role that tax can play in the industrial strategy?
The industrial strategy sets out a blueprint for how the UK can address key areas such as growth, infrastructure and digitalisation but what does this mean for tax? Barry Murphy, Partner at PwC discusses with Stella Amiss, PwC's Head of Tax Policy and Helen Miller, Deputy Director at the Institute of Fiscal Studies and Head of the Tax Sector.