Richard Wild

Richard Wild

Richard Wild

Richard is the Head of the Tax Technical Team at The Chartered Institute of Taxation. His tax career has spanned more than 20 years, mainly in indirect taxes, including roles in a Big 4 litigation team, and as an anti-avoidance adviser with HMRC. Richard joined the CIOT in November 2015, and heads up the team of technical officers who work across a wide range of taxes.

 

Welcomes
1 October 2018

As was the case for the October edition last year, I am writing this whilst attending the CIOT Autumn Residential Conference in Warwick.

Welcomes
1 September 2018

If you’re reading this at the beginning of September then it’s still timely for me to mention that the consultation on the draft Finance Bill clauses has just closed.

Welcomes
1 August 2018
Today is the morning after the night before
Technical
1 August 2018

The CIOT has responded to the Charity Tax Commission’s call for evidence for a review of charity taxation and tax reliefs. In our response we focused on our objectives for the tax system, highlighting the complexity of many reliefs, their inconsistent application, and how they have not kept up with changes in how public services are delivered.

Technical
1 August 2018

This month, in our series of articles about the CIOT technical sub-committees, Richard Wild outlines the work of the joint CIOT and ATT Working Together Sub-committee.

Technical
1 July 2018

The CIOT and ATT have responded to the Treasury Committee’s wide-ranging Inquiry into VAT. Our written responses are published on our websites and we may also be called to provide oral evidence to the Committee in due course.