David McCorquodale, head of retail, KPMG in the UK outlines how corporation tax changes could affect the retail sector.
“Investors in the retail sector will be keeping a watchful eye on whether the benefits of decreasing corporation taxes together with increased consumer spending from higher wages and increased personal allowances, will balance the alleviated payroll costs from the new National Living Wage.”
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