HM Revenue and Customs has already announced its plans to take tax fully digital by 2020, but could new tech really move the sector light years ahead? It's been suggested everything from Artificial intelligence to Blockchain could be used to improve how taxes are collected and processed. Matt Cox has been speaking to monetary innovation researcher, Garrick Hileman, about this.
There are just seven days to go before the deadline to submit paper tax returns. But with HMRC aiming for a fully digital tax service by 2020, rushing to file your tax return before 31 October will soon be a thing of the past. Yet new analysis suggests that taxpayers who pay their taxes digitally may end up paying more than they are supposed to. Share Radio's Robert Van Egghen spoke to Mike Hodges, tax partner at chartered accountants Saffrey Champness, about whether the move to digital was welcome.
Thousands of podcasts covering politics, economics, philosophy and entertainment, plus unlimited online radio including some great folk music (instrumental) - all free of charge, and practically no ads!