Podcast

6 March 2020

The European Commission’s approach to tax with Benjamin Angel Director DG TAXUD, European Commission

In the second episode of ‘Because People Count’ we hear from highlights from the speech of Benjamin Angel (Director, DG TAXUD European Commission) at Accountancy Europe’s Tax Day. Angel discusses with us the European Commission’s response to challenges to the tax system including their work at OECD level to modernise the tax system. He discussed the possibility for an EU framework on cooperative compliance and the possibility of legislative action to ensure that online platforms transfer information to tax authorities. Stay tuned to hear more about updates on EU financial and non-financial matters! Subscribe today on iTunesSpotifySoundcloud and more!

 

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