Interview: Michael Izza

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Gina Dyer
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Michael Izza, CEO of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, discusses the recession, public sector spending and why not even HMRC understands the tax code anymore.

As part of the launch of the ICAEW's launch of its 2009 Enterprise survey findings for the South West region, Michael Izza spent the day in Bristol meeting with local business people and listening to their views on the challenges and opportunities of trading in the current economic climate.

In an exclusive interview with AccountingWEB, Izza revealed his thoughts on the current recession and how accountants are coping with the increased demands on their businesses. You can watch our exclusive video online, or read on for more details.

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By Anonymous
06th Nov 2009 13:53

"Tax Code"

As a grass roots tax man what I understand by the "Tax Code" is a PAYE code issued by HMRC to an employer to enable him to tax an employee correctly. Do you mean "Tax Legislation"?  Is this yet another example of the "Americanisation" of this country's language? 

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