Building Trust & Ethics

G20 Public Trust in Tax 2019

Surveying public trust in G20 tax systems

IFAC
Jan 24, 2019 | Surveys & Reports
English

Citizens across G20 countries are concerned about transparency, complexity and inequity in tax systems. However, they are also aware of the international tax landscape and understand the need for trade-offs in tax policy. In tackling these issues, people say they trust and want to hear more from experts and professionals, but have grown skeptical of politicians and the media.

This report projects the voices of more than 8,400 people across the G20 countries, delving into who they trust and the issues they care most about in relation to the tax system. This is first update following the inaugural Public Trust in Tax study in 2017.

This update delves more deeply into people’s views on tax authorities, and their concerns in relation to tax systems.

 

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