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What's next - a Twitter tax?

Rob Gunn, tax director, RSM Tenon
Rob Gunn, tax director, RSM Tenon
Duncan Tift
Duncan Tift
Deputy Editor, West Midlands

SOCIAL media and other technological developments could be the subject of new taxes as the new government looks to find innovative ways reduce the massive deficit, accountant RSM Tenon has warned.The company said the new government would have to be creative to generate the money it needed to bring debt levels under control as soon as possible as spending cuts alone would not be enough to reduce the burden.It said that as businesses continued to pioneer creative new and innovative practices to maintain market position, new taxes cou... for the full story register now for free or login below...

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