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The Tax Track - ICAEW's podcast on the latest in tax practice and policy

The Tax Track is the podcast series from ICAEW that explores the latest developments in the world of tax, and what they mean for members and tax professionals alike.

In this episode, we look at the implications behind the new tax measures introduced in the Spring Budget and delve into the new research and development tax reliefs that are coming into effect this month.

This month Lindsey Wicks, Senior Technical Manager for Tax Policy at ICAEW, is joined by colleagues Stephen Relf, Technical Manager, Tax, and Richard Jones, Senior Technical Manager, Tax Policy.

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You can read the full transcript of this episode here.



  • Lindsey Wicks, Senior Technical Manager, Tax Policy, ICAEW
  • Stephen Relf, Technical Manager, Tax, ICAEW
  • Richard Jones, Senior Technical Manager, Tax Policy, ICAEW


Ed Adams

Episode first published: 4 April 2024
Recording date: 25 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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