Taxing remote gambling on a place of consumption basis
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The government response to the consultation summarises the comments received and sets out the government’s decisions on the issues raised.
The government welcomes views by 30 September 2013 on the issues raised in this document and the draft legislation. The final design of the reformed tax regime and the draft legislation may change in light of comments received and as work continues.
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Seeking views on the move to tax remote gambling on a place of consumption basis (proposed design of regime).
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At Budget 2012, the government announced that it would move to taxing remote gambling on a place of consumption basis. This announcement followed the Treasury’s review of the taxation of remote gambling in autumn 2011. As part of the review, the government sought feedback from the industry on the principles of the reform. The letter that was sent to stakeholders is attached below.
The government is grateful for respondents’ contributions to the review process. The responses were used to inform the case for amending the taxation regime for remote gambling.
The consultation ‘Taxing remote gambling on a place of consumption basis: consultation on policy design’ seeks comments on further details of the proposed design characteristics of the regime.
The government is interested in feedback from all stakeholders including operators, gambling software suppliers, advertisers of remote gambling services, trade bodies and all other stakeholders who have an interest in remote gambling taxation.
The government welcomes general views on the proposed policy design, and also seeks answers to some specific questions. It also welcomes comments on the summary of impacts provided in Chapter 5 of the document.
The views of those involved in this process will help shape the final policy design of the reform.
You can find details of our previous consultation below.