Tax Research can be contacted at:
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Sources of funding
The main sources of funding for my work, some of which is reflected in the content of this blog, are as follows:
1.The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust in the form of a three year grant to undertake research on and to promote tax reform for the relief of poverty;
2.The Trade Union Congress, who I advise on taxation issues;
3. Unite, who I advise on taxation issues;
4.The Network for Social Change (in partnership with Colin Hines through Finance for the Future LLP) for research work promoting the use of bonds and other innovative forms of funding for green infrastructure development;
5.PCS (the Public and Commercial Services Union) mainly for work on the tax gap;
6.Occasional consultancy work for NGOs and other organisations, such as universities, on taxation and accounting issues relating to development ( recent examples including Christian Aid, Action Aid Sweden, Ibis Denmark, Greenpeace International and Manchester University);
7. Other occasional research grants from NGOs;
8.Fees for broadcasting and journalism.
In addition Fulcrum, Chartered Accountants still has a some accountancy and taxation clients.