HMRC ‘unacceptably slow’ on compliance and avoidance
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) recently released a report on HMRC’s progress in improving tax compliance and preventing tax avoidance. The PAC chair criticised HMRC’s action against tax avoiders, saying it ‘does not do enough’ and ‘continues to be unacceptably slow’ and added ‘HMRC must do more, faster … by using new powers granted by Parliament to tackle tax avoidance and show that it is using its existing powers with sufficient urgency’.
Date: 10th December, 2014
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