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Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Frank Field Calls For Concentrix Compensation


Frank Field writes in the Huffington Post:
"I propose to HMRC that, as a postscript to the Concentrix tale, it proactively approaches those families whose tax credits were wrongly stopped with two offers: to pay back those lost monies as a lump sum or over a more gradual period; and to compensate those families in full for any additional charges, such as debt interest, that they incurred to ensure their children did not end up hungry or homeless."
I fully agree.

However, does HMRC know who it screwed over?

I suspect its records are amiss.

Tax does have to be taxing.

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5 comments:

  1. As most people are aware Hmrc do not have a good record with data so there could be an issue with identifying the victims. However, it really was criminal, how tax credit claimants were treated by Hmrc/Concentrix so I would agree with Frank Field that victims should be compensated for losses. How about this being funded, in part at least, by taking a percentage of money out of the wages of whoever was supposed to be supervising the contract at Hmrc and who was seemingly asleep on the job??

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    1. Look, this particular HMRC scandal impacted on a very large number of individuals & families, throwing them into chaos. How about the HMRC senior management responsible for the incompetence do the decent thing and go? Oh no, silly me, of course not - they'll carry on collecting their huge salaries & bonuses, and hang around the organisation until they get a gong. They're not happy just destroying HMRC's credibility they want to diminish the credibility of the Honours system too.

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    2. 'The credibility of the Honours system'? And what credibility would that be, exactly?

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    3. Did Lin Homer do any charitable or community work that anyone knows about??? Just trying to think of what genuine reasons could have caused a Damehood to be bestowed on her. If it were given for her fairly short time as CEO of HMRC - where upon the dept were involved in a number of scandals and an internal thuggish violent bullying culture - then unfortunately the system is morally bankrupt. Now, was there someone called Mr Goodwin who had their knighthood taken off them?

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  2. None now @ 18.10 The honour system ended for me when Homer received her Damehood. A less deserved "Honour" I gave yet to witness.
    Absolutely shameful-the nominees as much as the receivers.

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