The Future Of Indirect Tax

We rather suspect the world of Indirect Tax could look very different in 2028 than 2018. How prepared is the UK Indirect Tax world for the disruptors ahead? Take part in the super-quick BLT survey, and we’ll report back with the results in our next newsletter. As an incentive to take part, the name of everyone who enters will go into a prize draw with a chance of winning £100 of Amazon vouchers!

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* 1. In 2028, the people with responsibility for completing Indirect Tax returns in businesses will be most likely described as:

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* 2. In 2028, the bulk of an Indirect Tax advisor’s working week will be predominantly:

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* 3. If you were to advise the professional services firms on their recruitment strategy for the future, what would you suggest should be the focus?

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* 4. Which Indirect Tax professionals will benefit the most from Brexit?

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* 5. Taking a step away from Indirect Tax, what’s your predictions about the impact of Brexit on the UK economy:

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* 6. But is Brexit good news for the need for Indirect Tax expertise/services

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* 7. And what do you predict will be the immediate impact (i.e. first 18 months) on the UK Indirect Tax job market in the professional services firms once the UK has left the EU?

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* 8. And on the ‘in-house’ Indirect Tax job market in the UK in the first 18 months post Brexit?

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* 9. To ensure you enter the draw to receive £100 of Amazon vouchers, please confirm:

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* 10. I’d like to sign up to receive BLT’s Indirect Tax newsletter, so that I can receive with the results of the survey. (pls tick)

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