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Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Austerity Over - Pressure on HMRC Increases


It appears that austerity is now over.

That being the case, the pressure on HMRC to increase its tax take and swiftly implement an efficient and revenue raising MTD system will increase.

Let's see how that goes then!

Tax does have to be taxing.

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3 comments:

  1. What do you mean, thought that was what they were supposed to do - collect and protect the revenue, well, at least before Common Purpose, Lean, Pacesetter, Brexit, I.T. etc. etc.?
    Oh, sorry, reading the wrong sales crap again...
    Hub time everyone, hub time!

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  2. Advice for new entries into HMRC: the 4 steps to promotion

    1.) Buy a new notepad and good quality pen from WH Smith.

    2.) Listen to gossip in kitchens, toilets, corridors and listen out for the names of those rumoured to be on the promotion ladder.

    3.) With the gossip fresh in your memory go to a toilet cubicle, open your notepad and write the names of those chosen for stardom in your notepad. Make sure you note down accompanying comments from the gossipers - not necessarily the offensive ones,rather the snippets and how they have become flavour of the day.

    3.) Familiarise yourself with these potential stars and make notes on their behaviour, how and who they interact with plus the buzzwords they use.Take note of which colleagues they socialise with after work and consider visiting the same bar and sit in the corner behind a newspaper.

    4.)Use the internal e-mail system and check for courses available and whether any of these stars are co-ordinating or volunteering themselves for them - if so list your name down.When you attend these courses don't forget your WH Smith notebook and straight to the toilet cubicles after to write down notes - by now you should be building up a highly detailed profile of these characters and be in the possession of an invaluable 'How to Get Promotion' guide.

    As a footnote it would not be bad advice to volunteer for EVERYTHING. This will keep you away from the main task and ensure you know fuck all about tax collecting - traits which are often in the profile of those that go very far in HMRC.

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    1. This is wise advice for anyone daring to risk working for HMRC. Positive traits are seemingly considered to be bullying, dishonesty, law breaking when it suits management, laziness (when it comes to real work), disloyalty, lack of integrity/morals, positively talking about diversity (no matter that one is an intolerant bigot). It is a complete disgrace and totally disgusting environment, and people should consider having nothing to do with any of it (unless they're really desperate for a job).

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