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Tuesday, 13 November 2018

HMRC Has Never Participated In Disguised Remuneration Schemes


Those of you who know different (both staff and non staff) should contact Lord Forsyth.

Tax does have to be taxing.

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7 comments:

  1. HMRC no doubt never did "participate" in DR schemes.

    But did Contract staff and/or any intermediaries?

    Ah well...

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  2. Hmmm...somebody being a tad economic with the truth, again.
    Regulars will no doubt recognise the usuial smoke and mirrors and deny, deny, deny, and then claim it was not their fault.
    Truth and time will no doubt underwrite evidence.
    Look! A squirrel...;)

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  3. Hat tip to the House of Lords for getting a grip of HMRC and holding their feet to the fire.

    https://www.rossmartin.co.uk/sme-tax-news/822-top-civil-servants-in-tax-avoidance-scam

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  4. Whoops...

    http://www.itcontractor.com/two_senior_hmrc_managers_exposed_as_ir35_tax_avoiders/

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  5. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1319941/HMRC-civil-servant-given-19k-new-job-employed-50k-month.html

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  6. My spideysenses tell me what lies within, and it ain't looking too good for those concerned.

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    1. One hopes. There is a track record of a swift visit to the PAC for a brief ticking off. During which they squirm for a few minutes, then it's quickly forgotten.

      There is a FOI information request on the internet about this subject. The link is a bit too long to be included here.

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