Review of tax law

Research in this area is carried out by the Tax Law Review Committee, which was was set up by the IFS in autumn 1994 to ask whether the tax system was working as intended, efficiently and without imposing unnecessary burdens. Its role is to keep under review the state and operation of tax law in the UK, which it does by selecting particular topics for study. It does not seek to question Government policy as such but to look at whether existing arrangements achieve the policy in a satisfactory and efficient way.

Contacts

Tracey Bowler

Tracey Bowler

Research Fellow