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UK financial survey: Most Important taxation issues for financial firms 2014

Which is the biggest taxation issue for your business?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 28, 2014
UK financial survey: Most Important taxation issues for financial firms 2014 This statistic presents the key taxation issues that burden United Kingdom financial firms, as of August 2014. At that time, most respondents rated corporation tax as the biggest taxation issue for their companies, with 52 percent of respondents agreeing. Other key tax issues include income tax (42 percent), employment tax (41 percent) and VAT (41 percent).
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Which is the biggest taxation issue for your business?

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