Correspondence

Correspondence between the Chancellor and the Office of Tax Simplification regarding recent OTS publications

These letters detail the government’s response to the Office of Tax Simplification’s recent publications on simplifying the computation of corporation tax and stamp duty on paper documents and set out the government’s requests for new work.

Documents

Letter from the Chancellor to the OTS on simplifying the computation of corporation tax

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Letter from the Chancellor to the OTS on stamp duty on paper documents

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Details

The Chancellor of the Exchequer has written to the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) responding to their recommendations on simplifying the computation of corporation tax and stamp duty on paper documents which were made in their reports published in July 2017.

The letters thank the OTS for their work in this space and detail the recommendations which the Chancellor has decided to take forward. The letter responding to the corporation tax computation review also includes a request for the OTS to carry out a follow up review on capital allowances.

Published 29 August 2017