Sage boss says axe business rates - they suffocate firms - and replace them with sales tax



The chief executive of FTSE giant Sage has called for business rates to be scrapped and replaced with a sales tax.
Stephen Kelly left his role as chief operating officer for the Government in November 2014 to lead The Sage Group, which sells business services and software to 3million of Britain’s 5.4million firms. Its services and software range from accounting and payroll to customer relationship management and payments.
He told The Mail on Sunday he wanted the firm to ‘be the voice’ on issues its customers face, and blasted the property-based tax system for ‘suffocating’ small firms.
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8 October 2016 in Business, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail
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