The pace of change is startlingly quick. And it doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down or give us a moment to breathe and take it all in. It is likely that when we look back in a few years’ time, we will see that now was when it all started to change. So for our inaugural Future of Tax Technology event, we’re putting you at the intersection of tax and technology. By bringing together forward thinking firms, startups and public sector organisations our event will build on the tax technology agenda and open up discussion and collaboration opportunities that disruptive technologies and policies can bring. Foster new ideas, create opportunities and build on the tax technology agenda by joining us at Future of Tax Technology.
24 April 2018
from 5.30pm at Lexis House, 30 Farringdon St, EC4A 4HH
An evening of inspiring ideas and stories
In the Open Future, consumers and small businesses will own their data. This starts with the transaction data in their current account and will over time include savings and loans, putting the customer in an interesting position of power. And they'll be able to use their data to power the services that actually meet their needs and wants - no more being on the receiving end of big dumb bank products. We'll explore why this is happening, what it means for the backbone of the economy, and what kind of services they can expect to take advantage of. We'll also take a look at what it means for the big bank incumbents...
Hear from Starling Bank, the UK mobile only bank account that delivers unconstrained innovation in a constrained environment. Find out why Starling decided to build a new bank from scratch, how it delivers innovation and get a glimpse into what’s next for the future of banking.
Artificial intelligence is transforming the way businesses can extract value from huge volumes of information. Signal will be sharing the work it’s been doing to provide a better way for professionals to monitor the regulation that matters to them, draw better insights and deliver value to their stakeholders.
Identifying the availability of reliefs and tax planning opportunities has become more resource intensive, making professional advice more essential than ever. Yet those with the required expertise are a scarce resource. Research shows that comprehensive advisory service are preserved for top clientele, or provided on a wholly reactive basis. Opportunities are missed.
Making Tax Digital is going to create a new era of automation when it comes to tax. This is especially true for the entrepreneurs and companies with the simplest requirements - self-employed people and micro-businesses. We’re going to discuss how this creates opportunity for customers and the professionals that service them.
Find out how HMRC is building an API economy and how you can build tax apps that integrate with HMRC.
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