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28 October 2019

Focus area: Tax

In the new EU mandate, Accountancy Europe looks forward to continue connecting with EU decision-makers on tax matters. Our tax priorities for the new EU term have two pillars:

1 Restoring trust in the tax system

Citizens no longer trust the tax system. Restoring this trust will require the contribution of all stakeholders: taxpayers, tax advisors, tax administrations and governments. Accountancy Europe is committed to play its part in rebuilding trust.

2 Building a resilient future tax system

The tax system is currently not designed to deal with the challenges from environmental crises technological developments and new business models. Accountancy Europe will join stakeholders in building an international tax system that is resilient for the future and can fulfil its objectives.

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