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A busy new tax year, plus progress on the Economic Crime Act

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In this episode, we discuss why the arrival of the 2024/25 tax year is particularly busy for accountants, and the main changes to be aware of from 6 April. Plus, six months on from the passing of the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act, we learn what progress has been made to enact its various provisions.

To shed light on those two topics, Philippa Lamb is joined by Stephen Relf, Technical Manager, Tax, and Sally Baker, Head of Corporate Reporting Strategy.

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You can read the full episode transcript here. 



Philippa Lamb


  • Stephen Relf, Technical Manager, Tax, ICAEW
  • Sally Baker, Head of Corporate Reporting Strategy, ICAEW


Natalie Chisholm

Episode first published: 5 April 2024
Podcast recorded: 26 March 2024

All views expressed on this podcast are those of the contributors and don’t necessarily reflect those of ICAEW or its members.

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