A day out with the Charity Tax Group
By Graham Elliot
Every year the Charity Tax Group (CTG) has its annual meeting. I thought that it was about time that an example of this annual event was celebrated in a blog. As this is a blog, and not a ‘review’ or an ‘article’, I am going to be selective in what caught my notice.
The meeting was on 28 April 2014. I was involved both as a spectator and a panel participant towards the end of the session. These are the points that I thought were particularly interesting.
A matter of two days or so before the meeting, HMRC and the CTG agreed a joint document signposting the possible way to significant reform of the gift-aid donor benefits regime…
Click on the link below to read the rest of the Withers briefing.
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