While no charity would ever turn down money from a donor, it’s true that non-restricted funds are favoured by charities
This April, the government rolled out their Making Tax Digital initiative – a new set of rules designed to encourage the digitisation of record keeping, improve accuracy and reduce errors all round. To some, the new rules came as a shock – yet, with the latest tax gap figures revealing the cost of mistakes to taxpayers was £9.9 billion last year, the push towards the digitisation of tax comes should come as no surprise.
The rise of the robots and the impact on society has long been a source of panic for British workers. Fearful of the brave new world depicted countlessly in film and literature, it isn’t hard to see the root cause of our collective concern.