Making Tax Digital has been a hot topic for several years now - and the temperature looks set to rise even further as we move towards a digital future. Jane was on the panel of our Wyman symposium in November 2020 and her short presentation raised many interesting thoughts, which Jane has agreed to expand upon in her Hardman presentation.
Across the world countries are moving at different rates in their digital journeys and progress varies considerably, both in the speed of development and the types of taxes involved. How does the UK compare, and what can we learn from emerging and best practices around the world?
As she unpacks the digital agendas of tax administrations, Jane will explore emerging issues around technology, data and privacy. And the impact on people cannot be forgotten or underestimated. Finally, Jane will consider the benefits and some of the inevitable challenges that lie ahead. After her presentation there will be an opportunity for participants to ask questions.
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Raj ShahFounding partner of Litchfields Chartered Accountants
Jane McCormickPrevious Global Head of Tax and Legal Services at KPMG
Jane trained with the UK Inland Revenue before joining KPMG over 30 years ago, working as Head of Tax and Legal Services for KPMG and then leading the firm’s Tax and Legal business, first in the EMEA region and then globally. She also co-founded the Responsible Tax programme with Jericho Chambers, discussing tax matters and recently held round table discussions on tax policy developments in a post COVID world.
Frank HaskewHead of Tax ICAEW
Frank joined the Tax Faculty technical team in January 1998 and has been head of the Tax Faculty since 2002. He qualified as a chartered accountant with KPMG in 1987 and immediately specialised in tax consultancy.
Frank has executive responsibility for the Tax Faculty's various activities – both in respect of our technical output, public policy work and the provision of member services. He has appeared regularly before parliamentary committees to discuss tax policy developments.
In February 2014 he was appointed to the Tax Advisory Group set up to give advice to the Welsh Government on tax policy matters. In recent years, he has been leading on the changes to our professional conduct rules on tax and also on the tax implications of Brexit.
Frank is a past editor of the Tax Faculty’s magazine TAXline and its supplements, and continues to write for TAXline on a regular basis.
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