HMRC to develop a new Taxpayers’ Charter
In response to the comments made on the consultation on Taxpayers’ Safeguards, HMRC has announced that it will start working on the development of a Taxpayers’ Charter, which will set out both taxpayer rights and responsibilities in one single accessible document.
Dave Hartnett, HMRC Acting Chairman, said:
“Making sure that taxpayers’ rights are properly protected, whilst providing HMRC with the powers needed to ensure that today’s tax system is properly administered, are key HMRC commitments. This is what the Review of Powers consultation, together with the Taxpayers’ Charter, are about and I urge all interested parties to help us get that balance right by participating fully in the consultation.”
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Date: 18th January, 2008
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