HMRC Is Shite

HMRC Is Shite
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Thursday, 30 October 2014

Guilty Until Proven Innocent!

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Tax does have to be taxing.

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14 comments:

  1. Ken and others, it is time to stop beating around the bush.
    If true, and I see no reason to doubt the allegations, then perhaps at last this is something that will cause the politicos to act. The actions would appear to indicate malfeascance in public office, a breach of the Civil Service Code never mind against any useless charters that exist!
    The public could not give a toss about bullying, harassment, rock bottom morale or lost jobs, but knock them below the money belt and things may be somewhat different especially with votes at risk.
    The challenge here is for someone to get this past the useless PAC and to someone like the IPCC.
    Pigs fuelled and ready?

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  2. They have always done this, if a tax return has an error it is sent back and not classed as being submitted.

    The oneous has always been for the return to be checked before submission which is what a lot of Enquiry Centre appointments were for, now they have closed they returns will go unchecked.

    You sign the form to say it is correct.

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  3. To be fair, I have always assumed HMRC staff are idiots and will continue to do so until someone proves otherwise.

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    1. Why thank you but I am not an idiot and neither are many of my colleagues and have always treated tax payers with respect as I am also a taxpayer. . I dont make the rules and have a living to make like any other human being. I dont expect anymore sympathy than an other woker but do not like being called an idiot for making a living.

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    2. Are you an accountant?

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  4. It’s about time that the PAC opened their eyes and got to grips with the ongoing scandal and fraud masquerading as “Future Revenue Benefit” – as referred to in previous posts. The department is consistently and wilfully overstating the “yield” figures which they obtain from compliance work and thereby presenting ministers with a much inflated figure of what has been brought in. All the staff know that it’s a fraud in all but name, but you have to produce the figures or face disciplinary action. It’s essentially the same ruse that Tesco have been using to inflate their profit, and it’s no surprise that their recently departed chairman, Sir Richard Broadbent, was in charge of HM Customs & Excise when it was introduced there.

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    1. That's plagiarising my posts you cad!
      Anyway, if you want material to use keep up to date...see;
      www.compassionatecommunication.co.uk/about-us/about-us
      also, something called Nonviolent communication...? See nvc-uk.com
      there's a connection to Buddhism as well, which is nice to see;)
      Anyway, I digress, perhaps Broad bent and his missus could bring a period of enlightenment to the dark place that is HMRC?
      Every little helps!
      Mind the revolving door please

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  5. This is an example as to why these halfwits should not be allowed to hit your bank accounts without proper safeguards and at least a modicum of due diligence.
    To apply a blanket approach to errors as being deliberate is immoral, by definition an error is an unintentional mistake, not deliberate, defined as something done consciously and intentionally.

    If HMRC has developed a method of remote viewing the mindset of the average taxpayer then that would place them light years ahead of the 'Christian's In Action' or the CIA as they are better known, let alone any of the other 'alphabet agencies' out there! They would be well advised to take out a global patent.
    LOL!

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  6. I believe this instruction to be a genuine rather than a deliberate error on the part of HMRC management!;)

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    1. The "site owner" has only just seen that you want me to delete this as an article. I will do, but would point out that once comments are made on this site they are in the public domain. As a general piece of advice to all, please if you don't want people to know what you are thinking then don't post public comments. I will never publish a private email unless given specific permission to do so.

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  10. Who's that trip trapping over my bridge...?

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