HMRC’s latest amnesty targets direct sellers
HMRC has launched (yet another) campaign to tackle tax evasion this time aimed at people selling directly to customers either on the doorstep or to businesses.
The five-month amnesty is open to self-employed direct sellers, and gives them the opportunity to pay outstanding tax bills with lower penalties.
This is part of a long list of targeted campaigns to clamp down on the black economy, which have raised almost £510m from the campaigns themselves and a further £120m from HMRC’s follow-up activity.
Date: 30th October, 2012
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