Digital Services Tax branded 'half-baked' as intent to catch Apple appears to miss the mark

Stuart Sumner
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Chris Denning, head of international and corporate taxation, MHA MacIntyre Hudson, points to widespread confusion around the new tax, and questions its ability to catch the firms it apparently has in its sights

Chancellor Philip Hammond's Digital Services Tax (DST), designed to catch out tax-avoiding US tech giants and force them to pay for revenue generated in the UK, has been branded 'half-baked'. Al...

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