Keep up to date

There are two ways you can keep up to date with changes on this website:


Mailing list

You can register to receive notification by email when new material is added to this website, such as the release of discussion documents or when commentaries on new tax bills are published.

Subscribing to the Tax Policy Update mailing list

Enter your details on the mailing list subscription form.

Updating your details or unsubscribing

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Web feeds

When we post tax policy news articles on this website, add new tax policy publications or start consulting on an issue you can be notified straight away through an web feed.

Atom/RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) feeds let you read web content without visiting a website. They are also called 'news feeds', 'web feeds' or just plain 'feeds'.

Tax policy web feeds available

We provide these web feeds:

News - latest tax policy news

Publications - latest tax policy publications

Information releases - latest tax policy information releases

Consultation - latest items we are consulting on

Using web feeds

The first thing you need to start using web feeds is a feed reader, a piece of software or a web service that lets you read website updates.

There are different types of feed readers. Some work in your web browser; others need to be downloaded and installed on your computer.

Subscribing to web feeds

Your feed reader will provide instructions on how to subscribe to web feeds. Common ways to subscribe to feeds include:

  1. Clicking on the RSS icon that displays in your web browser address bar when a page has a feed available. Save the feed to your bookmarks or favourites.
  2. Clicking on an RSS icon on a page. Copy and paste the URL from your browser address bar to your feed reader.
  3. Clicking on a tax policy RSS feed from the list above. Copy and paste the URL from your browser address bar to your feed reader.

Find out more

RSS - Wikipedia website

BBC - Article on using RSS feeds