Jersey's tax laws are "no longer fit for purpose" according to a scrutiny report, released today.
Many of the current tax laws date back to 1961 and the Government has drafted an updated law.
The Corporate Services Scrutiny Panel are concerned that there's been "piecemeal" progress on tax reform, and rather than changing the whole tax system at once, they're doing it in parts.
They're calling on the treasury minister that a clear timeline needs to be put in place on how the law will be implemented.
We have also received submissions that express concern about the lack of balance in the draft law, and the lack of priority given to other much needed pieces of tax legislation.
The draft law is due to be debated on 26th February.