Business News 23.5.2017 08:21 am

Burden of wealth tax will likely exceed benefits, tax practitioners warn

As deadline for submissions to the Davis Tax Committee looms.

The compliance cost and market distortions associated with a wealth tax may exceed the benefits of introducing such a tax, practitioners have warned.

Burden of wealth tax will likely exceed benefits, tax practitioners warn
Burden of wealth tax will likely exceed benefits, tax practitioners warn

Burden of wealth tax will likely exceed benefits, tax practitioners warn

As deadline for submissions to the Davis Tax Committee looms.

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