Tax policy as it relates to gender is a topic of conversation becoming increasingly explored around the world as jurisdictions are presented with the opportunity to look at how policy reforms can help move towards a more gender equal workforce. This is also a topic that KPMG will be exploring in more detail moving forward, as we look to take a closer look at how budgets can positively impact gender in the workforce, as well as the workforce participation gap as a whole.

To help kick-start the conversation on gender and tax policy, we recently connected with Grant Wardell-Johnson, Global Tax Policy Leader and Chair of the Global Tax Policy Leadership Group at KPMG International, who has been engaged and challenged by the constantly changing nature of tax and its role in society for over 30 years. Grant’s diverse background in tax policy, tax reform, public policy and regulatory change has provided him with a deep understanding of the connections and nuances on the topic.

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