ICAEW Tax Rep 20/18: Welsh Revenue Authority Charter Consultation

Released 14 February 2018

The Welsh Revenue Authority Charter should be capable of standing the test of time for future devolved taxes as well those currently devolved, says ICAEW.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has published written comments submitted to the Welsh Revenue Authority (WRA) to supplements its online responses to the WRA Charter consultation published on 13 December 2017. The ICAEW comments on the characteristics of a charter, reporting on charter performance, involvement of WRA staff to improve the system, and governance and oversight. The ICAEW considers that whilst the Charter will only be relevant to currently devolved taxes, land transaction tax and landfill disposals tax, it believes that every effort should be made to introduce a Charter which will stand the test of time and be applicable to other devolved taxes as and when they are introduced.

View ICAEW Rep 20/18.

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