This short topic video looks at the difference between direct and indirect taxes
Indirect taxes are taxes on expenditure (e.g. VAT). They are paid to the tax authorities, not by the consumer, but indirectly by the suppliers of the goods or services
Direct taxes are taxes on income, profits and wealth, paid directly by the bearer to the tax authorities.
The composition of tax revenues in the UK
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